Rather than linking a bunch of departmental pages together (eg: Strategy, Creative, Accounting and Development), is it possible to create a client page /project page, then create Nav and Sub-Nav page structures on the same page?
The current methodology is to create individual pages (per department), then link them to the main client page. This creates a ton of various client /departmental versions and displays all of these different pages in search results. Too many pages are hard to maintain. Too many pages are overwhelming in search results. Too many pages are hard for any new team member, employee or partner to ramp up on the projects, and related documentation.
Ideally, there should be one client page /project page and all related content should fall out of that specific page. One search result. One page for new team members to ramp up on. One page to maintain. Simple and clean.
If anyone knows how to do this, I'd really appreciate your help.
Thank you in advance.
Yes, it is possible. It sounds like you simply need to change your author's guidelines on what they are writing, and maybe provide templates for your on client/project.
Don't overdo it though, if you make massive pages, humans learn to ignore them.
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