I have a page that renders a view which in turn shows a list of articles. Once I click on an article to view its full content, the urlpath does not follow the parent anymore.
I have for example this menu structure. There is the page "Resources" (urlpath: /resources) with one child page, "Articles" (urlpath: /resources/articles). When I click on "Articles", a view is rendered that shows a list of articles based on tags. All fine but when I click on a specific article (e.g. My Test Article), the urlpath changes into "/my-test-article". I would expect it to be "/resources/articles/my-test-article".
Because of this I lose breadcrumbs and active menu trail. I know that articles are not linked to a certain parent and I know that one article can show up in different views on different pages so this kind of makes sense. Still I believe there must be a way to simulate this "article belong to parent" functionality.
I can manually alter the urlpath of every article but this looks like a primitive option. Then of course I can have one article show in more than one page so different urlpaths are needed.
I am new to Drupal so maybe I miss the right approach. Can anyone point me into the right direction? Help is greatly appreciated.