[wp-hackers] How to remove /author/ permalink
chris at clwill.com
Wed Mar 12 00:02:30 UTC 2014
I was assuming one would:
1) Build a test copy of the current setup on a local machine
2) Change the rewrite rules.
3) Write some new test posts to be sure the rules are the way you want
4) Change the existing posts (as I suggested)
5) Test to make sure that you can see the old posts (and pages) via the
new rewrite rules.
6) Upload this test system to the live system.
But whatever, throwing your hands up and just forgetting the whole thing,
as you suggest, is also an option...
On 3/11/14 4:38 PM, "Marko Heijnen" <mailing at markoheijnen.nl> wrote:
>This are rewrite rules and can’t be added in MySQL since they will be
>regenerated. I would not recommend doing this unless you are knowing what
>you do. What isn’t the case here.
>What you need to do is adjusting the rewrite rules for users but you need
>to do more. You also need to validate that pages (maybe posts too) don’t
>conflict with those.
>So what you can do is rewrite those too but without the use case it’s
>hard to see what the right approach is.
>Op 12 mrt. 2014, om 00:34 heeft Chris Williams <chris at clwill.com> het
>> Should be able to use a MySQL utility to do some kind of search/replace.
>> Perhaps export to a .SQL file, use a text editor to remove the desired
>> text, and reimport it.
>> On 3/11/14 9:16 AM, "Sinan" <yok2504 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Any solution ?
>>> 2014-03-06 22:52 GMT+02:00 Sinan <yok2504 at gmail.com>:
>>>> What is the best way to do
>>>> *example.com/author/username <http://example.com/author/username>*
>>>> into this
>>>> *example.com/username <http://example.com/username>*
>>>> Sinan İŞLER
>>>> sinanisler.com <http://www.sinanisler.com/>
>>> Sinan İŞLER
>>> sinanisler.com <http://www.sinanisler.com/>
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