- Remove permalink/rewrite base
- Add category slugs to post permalinks
- Remove parent slugs automatically (Hierarchical slugs)
- Add custom fields to permalinks
- Translate slugs and permalinks
- Remove /product/ & /product-category/ from WooCommerce URLs
- Use the same permalink format for different types of content
- Use the same slug in multiple permalinks
- Add extensions (eg. .html) to permalinks
- Add SKU to WooCommerce permalinks
- Auto-update permalinks
- Slugs mode
- Trailing slashes (redirect)
- Exclude content types
- URI Editor role capability
- Canonical & old slug redirect
- Extra redirects (aliases)
- Save old custom permalinks as extra redirects
- Breadcrumbs support
- Show "Native slug" field
- Strip special characters & convert accented letters
Permalink Manager supports custom post types and taxonomies created with custom code snippets or third-party plugins like as Pods, Custom Post Type UI, Toolset Types, and WooCommerce.
If you need further information on how to edit/set the custom permalinks, please visit this page.
Yes, as long as the WordPress permalinks remain unique as a whole, Permalink Manager will allow you to duplicate the slug and use it for different (child) posts, pages, or categories.
This might be really useful if you want to remove the “-2” appendix from native/original WordPress permalinks. More thorough instructions may be found in this article.
Please keep in mind that if you used Permalink Manager to create custom permalinks that vary from the default ones, they will no longer be used after the plugin is removed. It is because Permalink Manager overwrites one of the core WordPress features to bypass the rewrite limitations. In general, rewrite rules, also known as “regular expressions,” are used to recognize content elements and other parameters from URLs. The plugin uses a sophisticated algorithm and stores the custom permalinks in a serialized array in DB to make the content detection process more flexible.
Permalink Manager Pro updates and technical assistance are only available to customers who purchased the plugin from the official website and have a valid license key. If your license key expires or if you do not input it in the Permalink Manager settings, you will no longer be eligible for customer support. Additionally, you will be unable to obtain plugin updates.
Even if your license key expires, you will still be able to use all of Permalink Manager’s features. All custom permalinks and redirects will continue to function normally, and all settings will be retained.
If you want to renew your license key, please follow the instructions provided here.
Yes, the same key may be used for both websites. Please keep in mind that the update server logs are periodically analyzed, and access to plugin updates may be restricted for users who attempt to abuse the license key.
Yes, you can do it whenever you want. If you would like to update or prolong the license type, please follow the the instructions outlined here.
Permalink Manager does not collect or transfer any personal data from your website; they are not gathered since there is no need to.
When the plugin is activated, Permalink Manager Pro send requests to the update server that include just necessary (non-sensitive) info to authenticate the license keys and provide direct access to automatic updates.
A sample request looks like this:
[2018-05-10 11:15:02 +0000] 22.214.171.124 GET get_metadata permalink-manager-pro 126.96.36.199 4.9.5 http://www.example.com action=get_metadata&slug=permalink-manager-pro&license_key=XYZ-123-456-789&installed_version=188.8.131.52&php=5.4.45&locale=en_US&checking_for_updates=1