I am now managing the Webpage for the Piano Institute Switzerland. The institute now has multiple locations and a webpage for each location.

Due to the overhead managing all webpages, we thought about merging to one webpage with a structure like:


each page will have 2 own pages such as landing page and location all other information/pages will be shared. Eg prices, contact, enrollment, ... The question is now: how would the navigation work?
So if I go from .ch/basel/index.html -> .ch/prices.html how do I get back to the .ch/basel/index.html through the navigation?

  • Wouldn't your navigation have links to base1, uster, and zurich? Nov 29, 2022 at 19:00
  • so you would put a link to each page in the navigation. That might be a little bloated. Nov 29, 2022 at 19:30
  • To me, this is opinion based. You can do it in do many ways. Dropdown and button, or tabs, or next/prev buttons or a button for each location etc. Just look around at other sites. Nov 30, 2022 at 6:07
  • @julianbechtold what do you mean with a little bloated? If you have no navigation link to a page, how user will reach it? Another question is: do you really need dedicated pages for each location? What content do you have on pages like basel/index.html?
    – Evgeniy
    Nov 30, 2022 at 13:04
  • Content is mostly the same. Whats different is the location page, as well as some minor wordings on index.html. Nov 30, 2022 at 13:39

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I don't think with dedicated location pages you will force Google to rank your site for certain locations.

Because of this I would recommend to merge all locations on the same URL (/locations/ or, even better, on the start page), i.e. each location content in the own content accordeon part.

On this way you will have pages like: /prices, /contact, /enrollment - thats all.

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