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I wrote an article a while ago on how to do this using Bit.ly and a custom url. http://craigmdennis.com/articles/set-up-a-custom-short-url-with-wordpress Buy a short URL Sign up for bit.ly Add an A Record to point to bit.ly and verify it Download & install bit.ly Service WordPress plugin Use <?php echo wp_get_shortlink(); ?> in your theme As ...


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Here's a possibly simple solution, using an ancillary table, and user-defined short slugs: create a post_meta "short_slug" when creating a post, the link-name from your example on save_post, if (meta_key='short_slug' and is_a_valid(meta_value)) wpdb->insert into short_slugs_table slug,permalink , your index.php on your mgscr.com could then ...


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Fixed it by adding this to wp-config: define('WP_HOME','http://example.com'); define('WP_SITEURL','http://example.com');


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The reason your site is broken up is because all of your links need to be updated, as wordpress has a habit of using complete URL's as opposed to relative links. You need to update your database and change all of the references from your old domain name to your new domain name. You can use PHPMYAdmin from the cPanel and update your tables manually with ...


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WordPress and some themes store configurations and URLs in serialized data, and the Search & Replace plugin does not handle those to correctly change a domain in the database. And don't use simple SQL change queries in the database via adminer or phpmyadmin. A simple SQL query won't correctly handle serialized data. See Moving WordPress « WordPress ...



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