We are building a site on Magento 2 EE . The site will be a multi-site and each site will have its own Wordpress. We integrated Wordpress using a plugin, it sits in the subdirectory of Magento 2.

We are using Wordpress for blog, support, about us - and other content, we're using native Magento features for PIM.

We were told that www.example.com/intl/ belongs to Magento, so we can't change that.

So our vendor offered to use www.example.com/wp/post123 but what we actually want is: www.example.com/support/testcontact or www.example.com/blog/blogpost1

Does anyone have a solution for this and is it possible to have a dynamic URL for Wordpress so it doesn't have to be hardcoded? We're running on NginX.

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Assuming you are using Fishpig to combine the 2 platforms together, if you are then you can purchase the Root module for it which allows you to take off /wp/ from the url and replace it with what ever you want you can find it at https://fishpig.co.uk/magento-2/wordpress-integration/root/

If your using a different plugin if you could advise which one this would make more easier to advise on a solution

  • Hello Dave, no, we haven't used that. Our vendor decided to use another plugin which is this one: modernmodules.com/plugins/… Thank you!
    – Putzs21
    Aug 24, 2017 at 9:06
  • Without reviewing the code its a bit impossible to see a possible work around i would suggest contacting the module creator and asking if they can implement this or use fishpig as can be setup in 5 minutes Aug 24, 2017 at 9:17
  • Dave, so just to be clear, with Fishpig this issue above should not occur if we also add the Root add on, correct? If so we'll have it changed.
    – Putzs21
    Aug 24, 2017 at 9:38
  • With fishpig it allows you to add wordpress as both a blog and cms pages also with the rooting extension it allows you to have custom urls so yoursite.com/wp/ is changed to yousite.com/whateveryouwant also cms pages will go from yoursite.com/wp/about-us to just yoursite.com/about-us which as far as i can see from your original post Aug 24, 2017 at 9:45

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