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Permalinks Settings in WordPress1:27 with Zac Gordon
In this video we go over the settings found under Settings > Permalinks in the WordPress Admin area.
In our last main settings page we have permalinks.
This determines how links look on your site.
We have the following options of a default page or post equals whatever the ID for
that page or post is, the current default setting, which is to have the year, month,
and day for blog posts.
And then, just having the name as the sample blog post for pages,
without the date information, and just have the name, or the slug for
example, sample page or post without the date information, for pages.
We also have a year, month, and then the slug name option.
A numeric option, as well as a very common post name option where it doesn't have any
date information for blog posts, and all page and post links look fairly similar.
I like using post name for a lot of projects,
however if the date is important to have for blog posts, you could leave that in.
If you don't want categories to be called categories on your site, or
if you don't want tags to be called tags, for example topics and
subtopics, you could change those settings here.
And then clicking on specific categories or tags would take you to archived
pages that look a little bit different in their URL naming structure.
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