I’ve been playing around with redesigning my blog, and have run into an issue which I don’t know how to solve. My original content structure was like this.
Post, link, and photo are three different content types, and they each have their own permalink settings.
- post: :slug/
- link: :year/:month/:slug/
- photo :year/:month/:slug/
Originally, my website design was a normal blog where the home page was the first page of my paginated posts. That worked well, but now I want to redesign my site with a static home page. The issue I’m running into now is I don’t know how to display my paginated posts like this…
Initially, I thought about moving the post, link, and photo folders into a section named “blog”.
After doing this, I could generate a list of posts at domain.com/blog/. However, when I clicked on an individual post, the link structure included “/blog/post”, “/blog/link”, and “/blog/photo”.
I then tried to go in my permalink settings, and add the new blog section into the key.
- blog/post: :slug/
- blog/link: :year/:month/:slug/
- blog/photo :year/:month/:slug/
This did not end up working as I expected. So my question is there anyway to have a paginated index of pages starting at domain.com/blog/, while keeping my original permalink format without the addition of “blog/post”, “blog/link”, and “blog/photo”?
Thank you so much!