We have multiple languages on our website:
We created various pages under /jp/ and /en/ in the respective languages.
Now, we also have two separate blogs on our website, which we also need to host under the URLs domain.com/jp/blog and domain.com/en/blog respectively. All articles (spread across both each, the JP and EN collections) should then go to the respective domain.com/jp/blog/slug1234 and domain.com/en/blog/slug4321 respectively.
Note, the blog posts are different per language and the blog posts are just mono-lingual (either Japanese or English, published on their respective language page).
Now there seems to be a conflict: we cannot publish on domain.com/language/blog/slug because this seems to be conflicting with the “folders” which are also /jp/ or /en/ etc. respectively.
It is important for SEO, our analytics and for the users to have everything (including the blog post articles) are in /jp/ and /en/ respectively. How can we achieve that?
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