Overhaul WordPress Permalinks and Improve SEO Performance
Having a well-designed permalink structure will make it simpler for users to browse your website, hence boosting your SEO. Permalink Manager is the ultimate solution for editing your URLs without modifying any core files.
The plugin contains several features that no other solution offers.
The most versatile WordPress plugin for editing permalinks
Why settle for the limited built-in permalinks solution when you can have complete control over your URLs with Permalink Manager? It gives you complete control over your URL structure and makes it easy to change your permalinks anytime you want.
It works not only with the built-in posts, pages, and categories, but also with WooCommerce, ACF, Toolset, and all other custom post types and taxonomies.
Manage and customize your permalinks with ease
The inability to freely customize URLs is one of the most well-known concerns with SEO optimization in WordPress. The native settings provide only a few basic choices, leaving you with limited control over the URL structure design.
If you want to customize any permalink beyond what the built-in tools allow, Permalink Manager can help you achieve so in just a few clicks.
Adjust each individual URL as you see fit
If you need to fine-tune and control each of your WordPress URLs, the URI Editor could come in handy. It may be used not just for posts and pages, but also for categories, custom post types, and taxonomies.
The plugin supports both built-in and user-defined post types and taxonomies, including WooCommerce products and categories.
Rearrange your permalink structure with a few clicks
One of the most ignored parts of SEO strategy is correctly optimizing URL structure. With 'Permastructure' editor you can easily adjust custom permalinks, while 'Bulk URI Editor' allows you to edit multiple addresses at once.
The plugin is designed to make editing page links quick and easy. It may help you save time so you can focus on other things.
Change URLs without losing visitors and traffic
The canonical redirect feature helps address old, outdated links. After updating a permalink structure, your old URL is automatically redirected, bolstering your site's rankings and avoiding link rot.
In addition to this, you can define extra redirect URLs if needed. This feature may be used to create alias URLs that point to a new location.
Improve your WooCommerce URL structure
The SEO strategy of a successful e-commerce site is built on a well-designed URL structure. Unfortunately, when it comes to customizing your store's URLs, WooCommerce does not offer a lot of options.
With the help of this plugin, you will be able to construct the URLs of your WooCommerce store exactly as you want them to be.
Only plugin that supports custom fields in URLs
At the moment, this tool is the only solution that lets you to add custom fields to WordPress URLs without requiring any coding knowledge. The process has been intended to be painless and quick.
The custom field feature works with native custom fields, as well as 3rd-party plugins like ACF, Pods, JetEngine and Toolset Types.
The easiest way to translate your WordPress permalinks
Unlike the built-in WordPress URL rewrite functions, which are quite restricted, this tool allows you to create customized URL structures depending on the language of your posts, pages, or terms.
This functionality is compatible with the most common WordPress language plugins: WPML and Polylang.
Why should you use this plugin?
The initial version of the plugin was launched in 2016, and since then it has undergone continual development and expansion. Many of its features were developed in response to user requests and suggestions.
As of now, over 60,000 websites use the plugin to improve their WordPress URLs. Below are some of the most common ways users extend the original system with this tool.
- You can edit individual address to change its format of from the default structure.
- You can bulk edit custom permalinks using formats defined with "Permastructures" editor.
- You can add category or custom taxonomy to custom post type addresses.
- You can remove custom post type/taxonomy slug from your WordPress URLs.
- You can remove /product/ & /product-category/ from WooCommerce URLs.
- You can use the same URL format for more than one post type or taxonomy.
- You may have your URLs automatically translated based on the language of the content they are associated with.
- You can automatically add custom fields to permalinks with just a few clicks.
- You can define additional 301 redirects (aliases) for any post, page or term.
- You can add file extensions (eg. .html, .htm, .php) to WordPress permalinks.
Customers who purchased Permalink Manager Pro via this website and have a valid license key are the only ones eligible for plugin updates and technical support. Even if your Permalink Manager license expires, you will still be able to access all of its functions. All custom permalinks and redirects will continue to work as usual, and all settings will be retained.
It is not possible to purchase Permalink Manager Pro under a subscription model, thus the license keys are not automatically renewed. Therefore, you will not be charged for anything else after your license expires. However, unless you purchase a "lifetime" license or renew your key for another year, you will no longer be able to access customer support and access the plugin files.
You have the option of extending your key at any time, both before and after it expires. Please enter your license key on the "License info" page to find out how long it is valid.
Can I use a single domain license key for both the production and staging websites?
Yes, the same “single domain” license key may be used for both the staging and production websites at the same time. Also, the same “single domain” license can be used across all domains in a WordPress multi-site (network) setup. If you have a “multi-domain” license, you can use the same license across all of your websites without any restrictions.
Please keep in mind that the update server logs are inspected on a regular basis, and access to plugin updates may be restricted for users who try to misuse the license key.
If you are presently using the free version of the plugin and need to upgrade to the Pro version for whatever reason, the procedure is fairly simple. Please install the plugin by following the steps that have been provided here, and then deactivate the Permalink Manager Lite plugin. It is not necessary to keep both plugins enabled.
The procedure is absolutely risk-free, and none of your data, including any custom permalinks or settings, will be lost at any point throughout the migration process.
No, plugin files and customer support are both available exclusively through this website (permalinkmanager.pro), and it is the only place where you can get them from an official source. This website belongs to the developer of the Permalink Manager Pro plugin, who also provides direct technical support to all customers who have a valid key.
Be wary of GPL websites that distribute copies of popular WordPress plugins. The plugin files published on other suspicious-looking websites may include malicious or outdated code that might infect your website.
When the Permalink Manager was first designed, it was supposed to be used for a typical WordPress website, which usually has less than a few thousand subpages. As a result, all custom permalinks are saved in a single row in the database in order to avoid slowing down the pageload with multiple SQL queries to the database. This is the most effective approach for small and medium-sized websites, without affecting site speed.
While this data structure works for the vast majority of WordPress sites, it may not be optimal if you want to use the plugin to rewrite tens of thousands of permalinks. What works well for a smaller website may not scale well for a megasite. When the number of addresses on your site exceeds tens of thousands, the custom permalinks array may become quite huge, and any operations on it can have an effect on pageload time.
To summarize, the plugin is suitable for small and medium-sized websites. It will not slow down your pageload time or affect its usability in any way. However, if you want to use it on a much bigger website with thousands of permalinks (more than 60.000), please consider excluding content types that do not require customized permalink format in order to lower the custom permalinks array. For further details on the plugin's performance, please visit this post.
If you are dissatisfied with Permalink Manager Pro for any reason, you may request a refund within 30 days after purchase. If you would like a refund, please use this link to submit your request.
Unfortunately, a trial version of the plugin is not currently available. However, a free version is available, that includes many of the core functionalities to give you an idea of Permalink Manager's possibilities.
The customer support is provided by the same developer who built and is upgrading the plugin. There are no middlemen and nothing is made more complicated than it needs to be. Because of this, each request is handled individually, and the majority of them are resolved within 24 hours.
The plugin documentation provides numerous articles that explain how to use it in the most common scenarios. If you have not found what you are searching for, please use the contact form, which you may access using the link provided below.