A static front page and other pages which are children of it are used on a blog. To give an example:
The slug for that page shows up in the permalink for sub pages like www.example.com/long-slug-from-static-front-page/sub-page-slug.html.
The question now is how to make the URL Design more natural? Since the parent page is the frontpage, it's slug should be the sites homepage-URL (e.g. none as in http://www.example.com/) but the static pages slug is added instead.
I smell that this is a shortcoming in WordPress, any ideas?
I was asked to make the scenario more concrete by an Illustration because it was quite akward describben. Sorry. Aim is to use WordPress as a CMS to reflect the following structure (please not the other way round):
Logical Data and it's Structure:
- Dark Red
- Light Red
- Burned Red
Mapping of Data to Pages:
- Start: Home-Page
- Blue: Blue-Page
- Red: Red-Page
- Dark Red: Dark Red-Page
- Light Red: Light Red-Page
- Burned Red: Burned Red-Page
- Yellow: Yellow-Page
- Home-Page: http://example.com/
Is WordPress the tool for the job? Or does using page hierarchy and static front-page contradicts the URL layout?