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Tagged: URL Structure
I'm not sure what I've done but when using the Genesis with Affinity Pro theme "sample page" is added to the url for all sub pages. An example is here. http://h3strat.com/sample-page/about/
If I change themes it goes away so I know it is related to the theme. Or at least I assume it is.
Any thoughts or direction would be helpful.
It looks like your pages 'About,' 'About->Shelli Holland-Handy,' 'Leadership Coaching' and 'Team Development' have the parent set to Home(with the name sample-page). The Parent page is set along the right side as you are editing the page. It's the first item in the Page Attributes box. The Page Attributes box is the second box along the right side, below Publish - depending on your view.
For comparison your pages 'Communications Strategy & Coaching,' and 'Entrepreneurial Coaching' have no parents.
Possibly the Sample Page title was changed to Home and the name left as sample-page?
Hope this helps.
Yes, thank you!
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