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I have posts that fall into several different categories. For example, a place might be categorized as fishing, camping, and boating.
I have menus items for each of those categories, so when you click on fishing, for example, you get all the listings that have been categorized as fishing.
So say there's a place called "The Old Dam," where a person can fish or camp. The user clicks on fishing, gets a list of all the fishing locations and then clicks on "The Old Dam" to go to the post. The breadcrumb shows Homecamping/Great Lake, not Home/fishing/Great Lake.
Is there anyway I can make the breadcrumb reflect the true path that the user took to get to the post?
The full path is home/outdoor life/activites/fishing
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As you posted this a while back, I hope you got your issue resolved.
If it is resolved, please go ahead and mark it resolved, so that it can be closed.
If you are still looking for a solution, you might have more luck posts on the Genesis Facebook group - it's a pretty active group with 5,000 members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/genesiswp/
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