I think the quiestion is pretty straight forward.
I have a few rewrite rules that allow me to have specific URLs for search paremeters. For reference, they are:
Use case is somewhat simple – here goes:
I’d like to make all the links in posts on one of my sites to be with rel=”nofollow” on links inside posts. I wasn’t able to find a plugin that did the job except for WP-NoExternalLinks. It also didn’t work, unless I used it’s dooms day option:
/%category%/%postname%/ for the permalink I get a URL string of all the categories that the specific post is included in.
I would like the categories in the url to be filtered down to only one branch of the categories structure, and starting not from the root parent category.
I’d really like to take all of my old posts, and automatically use the meta descriptions we have written – currently done for each post using All In One SEO Pack – and copy them to also be our post excerpts.
I have a custom page template defined and working properly.
On this specific page, I want to list a lot of links, and paginate them, to display 100 links per page.
In the past I’ve used the Day and Name or Month and Name settings.
I know that
wp_head() is important, but using it injects so much crap into the header. I’d like to get it out and just add manually the 2-3 line of code that I need.