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Im planning a local tourist guide for few cities in my country but I can’t figure out the website planning for this project. Here it goes:
My ideal Url strategy is:
If /city/ is itself a category I have a problem, because will be a category conflict, for example:
I cant have /what-to-do/ category to both city-1 and city-2 category hierarchy without compromising my category planning..
Should the /city/ be a individual page with a custom menu for each? Even this way I would have a category conflict and I would have to change the category name for each place..
Should I go multisite subdomain style: city-1.tour.pt/category? That doesnt make much sense since it’s a small project with little content per city/local, but it would work.
This is another pratical example
Should this be: home.pt/page-1/category-1/category-1.1/post
This way I will get a messy content conflict, because “hotels” is a shared category, that can have diferent parents, because It suits all cities.
I really don’t know out to proceed beacause I only worked in single topic/product/company projects before, and since now I can have many topics (cities) I dont know what strategy is best.
Thanks in advance,
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