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- April 26, 2023 at 8:00 am #1447071Liesbeth HogerbruggeParticipant
I was never prompted to install system pages. How can I create them?
I am using Divi.April 28, 2023 at 5:32 am #1447906J. DavisKeymaster
Perhaps you previously install the hotel booking plugin on this site and skipped the option to create system pages automatically. You may follow this article to learn what system pages you need to create https://motopress.com/document/hotel-booking-create-system-pages/
John DavisMarch 1, 2024 at 10:31 am #1580823Janina WeghornParticipant
system pages created for Amenities and categories after clicking “Continue reading”, not getting you back to the pages you click Amenities/Categories but to the page with extension /#more-20..4.
The page looks exactly like the one you started from but is considered an orphan page. How to get back to the right page like in the Demo?March 1, 2024 at 12:31 pm #1580841Janina WeghornParticipant
Now I see from the response to my question that page categories/Amenities are archive pages which are system pages.
I wonder then why on the archive system pages is the Continue Reading button. Where this button from the Archive System Page should get you? And for what?
I have 15 rooms listed. Each one has several Amenities.
If I have only one amenity and one category
I will have one amenity page with 15 listings/images and a Continue Reading Button
and one Category page with 15 listings/images and a Continue Reading Button
Total 30 Continue reading buttons which after clicking on it get me to an additional 30 archive system pages. This same for every additional Amenity and Category.
What also is interesting is that if you choose before you click on Amenities/Categories, reservation dates are the days marked in the reservation form on the “Archive System page”. You may as well make a reservation on this “Archive System page”?
I was told I can make Amenities and Categories not clickable but the system pages will still exist. I wonder if this makes sense to anyone.
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