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Do buyers care if we use custom post types with the standard example.com/cpt-slug/post/ urls and even taxonmonies? Should we try to use posts as much as possible to make “cleaner” urls for buyers.

I am finishing off a theme and the urls look like so:

  • Custom Post Type called Recipe: example.com/recipe/chicken-nuggets/
  • A Taxonomy associated with my Recipe CPT : example.com/recipe_category/chicken/

Am I completely over thinking this “issue”, even though it’s related to WordPress? :S

It is more logical for me to create a recipe CPT , but I would like to hear from buyers about this.

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