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Portfolio permalink mixed with post permalink

it seems that portfolio permalinks are generated with both BeTheme portfolio item settings and default WordPress permalinks for blog items. While setting a permalink for blog like this - "/blog/%postname%/" portfolio links also rely on "/blog/" part which makes no sense. This should be separate.


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  • edited October 2017

    this isn't always the case. I believe it's a matter of implementation. For example - WooCommerce products also are custom post type and yet they have separate section in WordPress permalink section that allows users to set basic posts with /blog/ and products with /shop/ and those two don't collide.

    I've also done some websites on Uplift / Atelier and all of their custom post types (portfolio / galleries / team / directory / faqs) have different sections in WordPress permalinks section. Each of them can have a custom base. This also makes custom post permalinks translatable with WPML.
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  • I can PM you the code responsible for permalinks from Atelier or Uplift themes for you to analize if you wish. They use their own framework plugin to set this up but it looks like they are using the default WordPress router for custom posts.
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