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I have a woocommerce site setup with a blog.

For the shop:

  • example.net/shop (Shows all products)
  • example.net/shop/category (Shows all products in the category)
  • example.net/shop/category/product (Shows the product)

For the blog:

  • example.net/blog (Shows all posts)
  • example.net/blog/category (Shows all posts in the category)
  • example.net/blog/category/post (Shows the post)

My Permalink Settings are:

Common Settings

  • Custom Structure - /%category%/%postname%

Optional

  • Category base - blog
  • Product category base - shop
  • Product tag base - tag

Product permalinks

  • Custom base - /shop/%product_cat%/

As I said the links are working as I want them to work, when I create a post category I get the url "example.net/blog/category-slug" but when I create a post and add it to the category the permalink I get is not "example.net/blog/category-slug/post-slug" it's "example.net/category-slug/post-slug"

By the ways there will be no subcategories used.

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    The category base is just for category permalinks and not post permalinks. Hence the name "category base". To have the blog in the post permalink, you'd need to set the permalink structure to /blog/%category%/%postname%/, but that would result in a conflict with the blog as the category base. – Sally CJ Mar 18 '20 at 2:06
  • Got it working thank you! I had to set the Common > Custom Structure to "/blog/%category%/%postname%" and the category base to "blog/.". The shop permalinks are unaffected. – Daviid Mar 18 '20 at 10:20
  • Well yes, that blog/. may work in avoiding the conflict, but if I'm not mistaken, that will not work for /blog/<category-slug>/page/<number> (e.g. example.com/blog/uncategorized/page/2), i.e. paged requests for a category. – Sally CJ Mar 19 '20 at 7:54

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