We're having to use structure to do what would normally be pretty straight forward, now need to know if this scenario is even possible:
Main URL Structure: discipline01 URL://discipline01 --Child01 URL://discipline01/Child01 --Child02 URL://discipline01/Child02 discipline02 --Child03 discipline03 --Child04 "discipline0X" are all top level "pages", "Child0X" are sub "pages".
I initially set this up as Pages with child pages (as per above) and it worked. Now word is we need to keep these "Child" items but have them exist in multiple "top level pages" like this:
discipline01 URL://discipline01 --Child01 URL://discipline01/Child01 --Child02 URL://discipline01/Child02 --Child03 URL://discipline01/Child03 discipline02 --Child01 URL://discipline02/Child01 --Child03 URL://discipline02/Child03 … etc
No amount of faffing around yields the results I seek. The top level "pages" form the basis for the main navigation (just to compound things). Can't create template.groups as top level items may change.
Categories are the pseudo logical solution but Structure with Categories seems umm, inadequate ?
Ideally, Structure should manage all this content.
"Listings" are great except they only apply to one item. "Assets" - dont fit
I'm about to punch something, please, any inisghts welcome!