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Permalink Manager, unlike other premium WordPress plugins, is not subscription-based. No matter the license variant you select, you will only have to pay once to access the plugin files. With the "lifetime" variants, you pay once and get access to all future versions of the plugin at no additional cost.

In the "1 year" variants, the license will expire after that time period. To continue getting plugin updates, you can manually renew it. If you do not renew it, you will not be charged again, and the plugin will continue to function normally. However, you will no longer be able to update or download Permalink Manager Pro files.

Frequently Asked Questions

For the convenience of users, the process of installing the plugin does not require activation. Entering the license key in the plugin settings is all that is required to gain access to the plugin updates. WordPress automatically check for any updates to Permalink Manager Pro and the license validation occurs on the update server where all the requests are analyzed to prevent license abuses.

To use a "single domain" license key on a new website, all you need to do is to disable the plugin on the old website. This will prevent it from sending requests to the update server. No additional action is required, as the license validation server allow the use of the same license key on an additional third domain for a transitional period of 48 hours.

Domain names containing the words "dev", "staging", and "test" are not automatically excluded from the domain limit. However, if your development website's domain name does not include them, the "single domain" license allows you to use it on two different domains (production and development).

Permalink Manager Lite and Pro are both developed by the same person. One of the most noticeable differences is that the Pro edition allows users to modify custom permalinks for categories and custom taxonomies, such as product categories. The Lite version lacks this functionality.

Furthermore, the Pro version adds the ability for users to include custom fields within the generated custom permalinks. This may be a very useful tool for designing more customized and SEO-friendly URLs. Furthermore, the Pro version allows users to set up extra redirects that function similarly to aliases, redirecting visitors to the canonical URL.

Another advantage of acquiring a license for the Pro version is that if you run into any problems or have any queries regarding the plugin, you can request dedicated customer support.

While there is no trial version of Permalink Manager Pro available, you may test the free Permalink Manager Lite before choosing whether to upgrade to the Pro version for more features.

The process of upgrading from the Lite to the Pro version is quick, painless, and straightforward. All of your custom permalinks, settings, and other data will remain unchanged after upgrading to the Pro version because they are stored in the same way in both the Lite and Pro versions.

You can use the same license key on two separate domains, e.g. for your development and production websites. Furthermore, subdomains and domain names that contain the words "dev", "staging" and "test" are not taken into account when considering the two-domain limit. This is because the update server's license validation system has been designed to ignore these types of domain names.

If you have more than two domains, you can use the same license key on all of them for a transitional period of up to 48 hours. During this time, you can switch the domains associated with the license key as often as needed (for example, when moving from a staging site to a production domain).

There is no need to re-activate or deactivate the domain because the old domain will automatically disappear from logs. The update server request logs are carefully inspected and analyzed in order to identify any potential abuse. Should any be found, your license key may be restricted, which will prevent you from using the automatic update feature of the plugin from within your WordPress admin dashboard.

If you have a WordPress website that uses a multisite configuration and has multiple domain names, it is still considered one environment. This is true, for example, when you use separate domain addresses for each language version. Therefore, if you have such a website, you just need to buy the "single domain" variant, and the "multi domain" license is not required.

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.

Please keep in mind that if you used Permalink Manager to save custom permalinks that are different from the original ones, they will not be used anymore after the plugin is removed from your site. This is due to the fact that Permalink Manager overwrites the WordPress core's permalink detecting functionality.

The inbuilt permalink system depends on rewrite rules, which are based on "regular expressions" that determine what content type should be loaded when a URL fits one of a set of permalink patterns. Contrary to this, Permalink Manager keeps all custom permalinks in an array so that they may be identified one by one, rather than using the patterns defined with original rewrite rules.

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.

No, plugin files and customer support are both available exclusively through this website (, 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.

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