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Hello,

i read that "URL segments only apply if the requested URL did not resolve to an actual page." (from here)

Is there a way to change this behaviour? 

I have a parent page loading his children via ajax, and i know which children to load from url segments. So that would be nice to have url segments to have precedence instead of children's url.

Thanks!

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so why don't you just load your children via their regular url? seems that there is no need for url segments here ;)

or you modify your url segment and add some kind of prefix that you strip off when requesting the child.

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Thanks Bernhard,

this is my case:

I have a page "Lawyers" that contains other pages, that are groups of lawyers i.e. "Partners", "Associates", etc. Iniside every group i have pages for every lawyer.
So in the end is something like this:


Lawyers
|__Partners
      |__Donald Duck
      |__Uncle Scrooge
      |__Mickey Mouse
|__Associates
      |__Bugs Bunny
      |__Duffy Duck
      |__Speedy Gonzales

and so on with other groups.

I'm using the lawyers page to load and filter all the lawyers by group, name and others criterias, so i'm loading the filtered data via ajax and using vue.js to show them on the page. I'm also updating the page url, using js, according to filtered data.

For example, my starting url is "/lawyers/". If i filter al the partners that should be "/lawyers/partners/". If i continue filtering for country that should be "/lawyers/partners/italy/". An that is not a problem as long as i start my navigation starting from "/lawyers/".

But, of course, if i go directly to "/lawyers/partners/" pw open the partners page (that does not have a php template). That is why i need everything after "/lawyers/" to be considered as an url segment.

Is there a good way to make it work?

The only other solution i could come up with is using a different page (not "Lawyers") as starting page for searching and filtering lawyers so that i can use url segments without conflicts with children pages. Is there a better solution?

Thanks

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15 hours ago, bernhard said:

Or you modify your url segment and add some kind of prefix that you strip off when requesting the child.

;)

Or you modify your pagenames (eg john-doe-url) then you can use the URL segment and append the "-url" to your filter.

In general it is often a good idea to have all persons under one parent and do the grouping via pagefields (or select options). But maybe it's better like you did in your case. This was just my experience :)

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