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Pages are static, timeless content that are unique from the regular blog chronology.

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I belive this will work for you: Create a "page" called "stuff", then create another page called "foo", make it child of "stuff", now stuff/foo will exist and won't be 404. Finally use the_content f …
answered Feb 3 '18 by Eduardo Escobar