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I have created a Custom Post type and its own respective taxonomy.

I have for example this URL structure: http://www.example.com/faq/category/sub-category/test-post/

The same content can also be accessible through this link: http://www.example.com/faq/category/test-post/

How can I write a rewrite so the second URL is not available especially for google SEO perspective and avoid duplicate content

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Your taxonomy is set to 'hierarchical' => true, do you have the post included in both the parent and child category?

If you untick the parent category and only tick sub-category then it should use the first URL only.

  • Alex, No I don't have in both categories only 1. But Im doing some custom functions in order to get the post and the taxonomy using the same slugs. I am following this post: themoonwatch.com/en/2012/… – Jojo Jan 29 at 15:58
  • @jojo not sure, if i would work with a solution from 2012.. try to find something more recent.. – honk31 Jan 29 at 17:10
  • @honk31 - Do you have any solution for what I would like to achieve? I wan to create a custom WordPress Rewrite Rule to Combine Taxonomy and Post Type with unlimited number of taxonomies – Jojo Jan 29 at 17:30
  • @Jojo please create a new question here on se with all your goals. paste in the code, that you have and lets try to solve it.. – honk31 Jan 29 at 17:37

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