Create a simple, easy to remember URL if you are including it on printed marketing materials or verbal advertising like radio that encourage recipients to visit that page.Take these few steps to change your webpage URL: Keep in mind, if you go back to a published blog post or web page and change the URL, you will want to confirm there are no other pages linking to the old URL. When you create a new page or blog post, Word Press automatically uses the title to create that page’s URL.In some cases this might be exactly what you want, but not always. It is important to optimize your URL for search engines, keep in mind what a person looking for the information on that page might search for.All tweaks should be tested before applying to a live site. I would recommend the long version, especially if this is for a client’s website.Just so we are all on the same page, when you create a new project in Divi, the URL structure of the project looks like this: The tweak below allows you to change to anything you want to better match your desired URL structure.*Updated – I have found a new way to replace the ‘project’ slug without overwriting the entire function, by creating a filter. I have updated the tweak below with the new method.The long but correct way to do this: Locate the file in /themes/Divi-child/ If you do not have a child theme set up with a file, follow this guide.
So without further ado, this month’s Word Press tip is…how to change the URL of a page or post.
Is there a way to not use that (even with redirection enabled)? People will get 404 errors when trying to visit them.
I prefer the look that your blog uses with just the post title. The way around this is to change your permalinks and then redirect the old ones to the new ones.
Required Extension: Bulk Settings Manager Required Plugin: Main WP Key Maker Step 1.
Install and Activate the Main WP Key Maker on one child site. Go to the Permalinks configuration page on your child site and make the selections you want.