This is the basic configuration that should work for anyone:
Guitar —> Buffer —> Any pedals —> Buffer —> Amp
The first buffer is providing an interface for the guitar and its long cable to the pedalboard. The final buffer is a line driver for the cable back to the amp. In between, you can put any pedals you like.
The buffers can even be buffered bypass pedals and not specifically buffer-only circuits.
Like any rule of thumb, this one is subject to change based on your guitar, cables, pedals and amp. This is just a starting point: Let your ears be your guide.
Use good quality, low capacitance guitar cords!