You could make “Analysis of monkey island” and then just label your
.md files as
Or this is where taxonomies could help, but it won’t give you the exact url structure above until taxonomy permalinks are configurable:
Title: Analysis of Monkey Island Part 1
series: ["Monkey Island"]
Then you’d have something to the effect of:
But then also…
That lists all three of them on that taxonomy page. This would give you the option to write more stories maybe a few months from now that will automatically be added to the
series taxonomy. You can also reference within your
single.html on that particular blog post that says “This is part X of series X” and link back to the taxonomy page.
As far as
/3/, I wouldn’t recommend that as a URL structure for anything other than pagination, and that’s large a matter of convention (e.g.
/page/1). Human readable URLs is an SEO best practice.
A series is often different than a section like “blog” since typically blogs are ordered according to date, BUT that doesn’t mean you can’t treat each section of the site as its own series (or even as chapters of a book, for that matter). This is when content modeling gets tough: what’s a section vs what’s a channel vs what’s a management-only attribute vs what’s in it just for SEO vs what’s a reflection of governance, yada, yada, yada…