I'm trying to make about 100 landing pages using taxonomy.

I'm trying to stick to Drupal 8 core features as much as possible.

I created two taxonomy vocabularies, Places and Main keyword.

Now, what I want to do is create landing pages that consist of:

1 place + 1 keyword


  • London
  • Paris
  • Berlin

Main keywords

  • Apples
  • Oranges

Combinations (each of these is a landing page using tokens from both keywords in Views blocks [perhaps attached by Layout Builder] to make the page)

  • London + Apples
  • London + Oranges
  • Paris + Apples
  • Paris + Oranges
  • etc.

What module(s) should I use to link taxonomy terms from two different vocabularies together like this (preferably, in an automatic way so the relevant pages are automatically generated when I add a new term in either vocabulary)?

I have been experimenting with Views and Layout Builder but I haven't come up with a solution yet.

What I tried

  • I used the Views "taxonomy term page" view to override the taxonomy term pages; this lets me do what I want for a single term in a single vocabulary, but I want to use two terms in combination from two different categories.

2 Answers 2


How I'm doing this now

  1. Create a new content type, Landing Page.
  2. Add two fields, an entity reference to Places and an entity reference to Main keywords.
  3. Use Views blocks/Layout Builder to rewrite the HTML of the content type to show the text you want with the relevant keywords substituted in.
  4. When you add a new term to either vocabulary, you have to create all the possible combinations manually by adding Landing Page content.

Another option is to use a custom view page that allows to filter with any taxonomy terms combined with depth.

Then create a path alias for each filtered page to hide the arguments.

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