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BACKGROUND SEO matters and so hiding pages behind a "section" is not necessarily good - example: Current practice is to show the pages "Foo, Bar, Baz" in a section. https://www.example.com/resources/foo https://www.example.com/resources/bar https://www.example.com/resources/baz For SEO reasons, it's better to show the page at root level like so: https://www.example.com/foo https://www.example.com/bar https://www.example.com/baz PROBLEM: LACK OF ORGANIZATION WHEN ALL PAGES ARE PUBLISHED AT ROOT LEVEL This design is fully possible today. However, the root folder becomes disorganized when all pages are published in the root - and the pages tree structure is not of much use when all pages are published in the root. SOLUTION: VIRTUAL PAGES TO THE RESCUE As a publisher, when publishing many pages that have a root level url, I want to organize my pages below a Virtual Page (that doesn't have a url), so that pages are organized in a Pages Tree Structure (using "Virtual Pages"). What is a "Virtual Page"? Virtual Page can never have a name (Admin -> Page -> Settings -> Name). The Name field is simply blank The Name field is never used in the url for child pages. Virtual Page is a container used to organize other pages. Virtual Page is never shown in the front-end. Virtual Page is shown in the Editing interface only. Virtual Page might have a Template - but the template can only be used in the Admin interface. Virtual Page might have fields (Title, Summary, Text etc.) - but the contents cannot be shown online.
Hey people. as I have started building my second PW project, I have come to a little problem with items. So this is the planned sitemap: Frontpage -Products - -category 1 - -category 2 - -category 3 - -category 4 -Branches - -Branch 1 - -Branch 2 - -Branch 3 - -Branch 4 The idea is the categories have the items in their representable categories. These same items should be also visible on the Branch pages, but not in the same order. As I am mostly familiar with ExpressionEngine, I would put the items in the right categories, but as a attribute add which Branch they should be a part in. I've been getting some ideas from this: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/3579-tutorial-approaches-to-categorising-site-content/ But I find quite complicated and not sure what to really do. Also at a sidenote, The items should probably be the same kinda Child items as the Skyscraper Demo (Architects), but I can only manage to make new subpages...