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I figured this out right after I posted the question but thought it would help someone who ran into the same issue. I have to go to: Network Admin -> Sites -> edit a site -> Settings -> change "site url" and "home"


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It seems that this was simply a matter of waiting: the less trafficked pages updated their addresses quickly and the more trafficked pages (e.g., the home page) took longer to be update in Google search results. Other users with more heavily trafficked sites might wish to refer to this article on demoting site links to achieve results more quickly, but, for ...


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When I move domains and have to change the domain in the database, I use interconnectit's Search and Replace tool. Here is a very brief overview of the process. Export the database and upload it to the new server. Upload interconnectit's Search and Replace tool to the new server. Configure what I want to be replaced in the databases with the tool's GUI ...


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If you're willing to create a child theme and put your PHP files in there, this approach is relatively clean. For each file, create a rewrite rule where you specify the path you want to use and the filename that should load. In the example below, /custom-path/ loads custom-file.php from the root of your child theme directory and /custom-path-2/ loads custom-...


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You could create a page with the slug you want, and add a custom field that specifies the HTML path to output (in this example using either htmlfilepath or htmlurl as the metakey): add_action('wp','maybe_direct_html_output'); function maybe_direct_html_output() { if (is_singular()) { global $post; $htmlfilepath = get_post_meta($post->...



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