I have built this structure using Pages in WP. Each page will be content-managed using fields that I create in ACF. That is no problem.
My client wants to be able to create various types of posts, News, Case Studies, Articles, and assign them to the various top-level sections, and also the About section, Projects etc.
So my strategy was to have the custom posts 'tagged' with a taxonomy for the top-level (Services) and another taxonomy for the Project. And then create listing pages for the posts on the correct page using ACF. This all works fine.
The problem comes when trying to assign the correct URL to the posts according to which taxonomies it has been tagged with.
If I can demonstrate with some examples URLs:
I want a News post tagged with 'service1' and 'project1' to have the url:
and I've registered the Custom Post Type with a rewrite url to achieve that.
But I want to know how (or if) it's possible to also rewrite these URLs to support the other taxonomy terms:
Ultimately I want to maintain the URL structure as I drill down through the site:
So to clarify, the structure is built with nested Pages, and when I hit a Post I want to still be in that URL structure.