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I'm working on a site that has an 'edition', like a newspaper. The URL structure looks like this:

website.dev/edition/2013-05-01

The date is the name and url title of the listing.

The edition channel links to all the content added to the website: articles, images, video, etc which all have their own listing channels. I'm using the structure module by the way.

If I view an article from an edition the url structure is like:

website.dev/article/the-name-of-the-article

If I make the other listing channels subpages of the editions, the url structure will look like this:

website.dev/edition/article/the-name-of-the-article

Basically I want it to look like this:

website.dev/edition/2013-05-01/article/the-name-of-the-article

Any advice on how to do this (Using the structure module).

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Mmm, sounds like a job for Router.

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  • I've never seen this before, thanks for the link. I've found a free alternative using Freebie. – Paul Redmond Apr 23 '13 at 13:07
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With Structure, every segment must be a page in the hierarchy. You may be able to do what you're looking for utilizing Freebie though: http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/freebie

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  • Great, thanks! Was curious if there was a way to do it in Structure. I've used Freebie and will try a solution with that. – Paul Redmond Apr 23 '13 at 13:06

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