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In Craft 2.x you have the option of setting the top-level entries URL format for a structure section separately from nested entries i.e. top-level/{slug} and {parent.uri}/{slug}

But in Craft 3 the same URL format is applied for all entries within the structure section.

This means if you use top-level/{parent.uri}/{slug} it works fine for a top-level entry but then nested entries have the first segment duplicated, e.g. top-level/top-level/some-parent/the-slug. How does one achieve the same level of URL formatting for structure entries in Craft 3?

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To pull off the same functionality in Craft 3, you could use something like this:

{entry.last().uri}/{parent.uri}/{slug}
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    Awesome, thanks Brad. Might be worth somehow including this in the CP field instructions for a structure or elsewhere in the craft doco as I would assume most people would want this format for a structure section. :) – Rich Hayler Jan 26 '18 at 2:08
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    I ended up using the following: {% if level == 1 %}{section.handle}{% else %}{parent.uri}{% endif %}/{slug} – Rich Hayler Jan 28 '18 at 7:23
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    the accepted answer turned out faulty on my craft 3 version. I ended up using {parent.uri ?? 'top-level'}/{slug} and solved my issue of duplicated segments while allowing for a fixed segment. The solution of Rich could be rewritten as {parent.uri ?? section.handle}/{slug} for readability purposes – 3xil3 Jan 29 at 22:59
  • 3xil3 has the correct answer. – biko Apr 4 at 4:14
  • After trying all answers here and at the related question here: craftcms.stackexchange.com/q/26483/4060 , the only answer that seems to allow for a static, non-duplicated segment in the url is here: craftcms.stackexchange.com/a/26484/4060 – Tchick Sep 22 at 15:22

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