I just changed the urls structure of my site and want old urls to be forward to the new without the use of redirection plugin.
I want to create most of the website structure based on the external API
I want to change a URL and want to add a parameter to the last or first of that URL. For example I have URL like below
I have a page marked as the Posts page that lists most recent blog posts.
Well, I have a Database made mostly with ‘Advanced Custom Fields’ in a page on my site that is supposed to get all the STORES (custom post type) of a city and show them to me, and by changing dynamically the URL I could made it get a genre, type, etc “www.urltoshow.com/ville/Paris?genre=Man”…
The functions WordPress uses to generate slugs are scattered in several functions and filters. I cannot find them all. Can anybody provide me a single php function to generate slugs? I do not need all the functionalities of WordPress, just need to encode non-latin characters and remove illegal characters that are not allowed in url.
I’m about creating a store in which I have state, city, store, and store number, so what is the best way to create a connection among them? Is that okay if I create CPT with name store then create taxonomy state, city and store number?
actually, i also want the URL should be like
I want to move my domain from example.com to example.dev and also set a wildcard forward. I use WordPress for blogging, now I want all posts and pages to be moved to the new address but I want some pages to remain accessible with my previous address. For example:
my company is working with different restaurants to digitize their menus so that people dont touch the menu cards in this Covid 19 pandemic, so every table in a restaurant will have a unique qr placed on it, when a customer scans it the menu will open and he can order it from there, the issue i am facing is how to set all those unique urls linked with the table number, and how to show the table number on the dashboard of woocommerce so that the restaurant knows the table number from which the order came.
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