I am completely stumped on this one, but I’m trying to setup a page hierarchy and I want 1 page to sit underneath another one, but without using folders.
For example myurl.com/about & myurl.com/about/team, where both ‘About’ and ‘Team’ are pages, If I create an ‘About’ folder, it can’t have the same URL as the ‘About’ page, thus I’m left with having myurl.com/about-2/team, which looks sloppy and defeats the point of nesting pages underneath each other.
Is there a way to do this, or to design a folder page as I haven’t been able to work it out yet!
Try creating the folder first followed by the page.
based on webflows design
it would be
you cannot have
there’s a guy who’s complained about this several times.
i know because i’m the guy.
search for “index.html” or “index slug”
post is probably archived now.
See, it CAN be done. Possible since the beginning of time.
http://sandbox-903b9c.webflow.io/project < Page “project”
http://sandbox-903b9c.webflow.io/project/sub-page < Page in folder “project”
How did you manage this? The only thing I can think of is using 301s to redirect a folder URL to a specific page, but if there is another way I would prefer that.
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