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I want to know how to create two separate navigations for two separate sections of our website.

The idea is that, our company is branching out into two separate types of services - Composites technology and Rubber technology. And we want to demonstrate that by dividing our website visitors into two separate branches of the website from the Home page, meaning the Home page will prompt the audience to choose whether Composites or Rubber. And each branch will have its separate navigation. How do I make this possible?

Our website: https://www.taniq.com/

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19 minutes ago, KhanhLy174 said:

I want to know how to create two separate navigations for two separate sections of our website.

Take a look at a solution for using different languages as you should be able to use this for the two services instead. For example, Brad's excellent guide, How to setup multi-language content on any Squarespace Template.

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1 hour ago, paul2009 said:

Take a look at a solution for using different languages as you should be able to use this for the two services instead.

Hi,

I just tested this solution on a test website. It works, however, my concern is that we will have to change our URLs so that they contain a certain element for the code to recognize in order to separate the navigations, for example /en/ and /es/ in the instruction. 

The majority of our current web pages can be categorized in the Rubber branch of the website. For all these pages, we don't have a fixed element in the URL such as /rubber/ next to the domain for the code to recognize.

For the Composites branch which we plan to create, will have /composites/ next to the domain, and all future pages added to this branch will have /composites/ in the URL. Some existing pages in the current website that will go to Composites branch in the future, also don't have a fixed element in their URLs. We do consider compromising SEO and add /composites/ to the URLs of these pages because they are only a few pages.

So my concern is, if we have to do so for the entire Rubber branch, this would hugely impact our SEO since nearly all of our URLs would have to change. Is there a way to do this without having to rely on a change of URLs?

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