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WordPress is strongly opinionated about using absolute URLs. Doesn't mean it's better but it's a choice is makes. The common way to handle it is replace as necessary in database. Please note that if you run replacement on all of database it is extremely important to use serialize–aware tool, or you risk corrupting the data.
I usually use tool like this: https://interconnectit.com/products/search-and-replace-for-wordpress-databases/ This takes care of any serialized data and can be used to change out staging data from the entire database, not just the post content. Typically a search and replace will look like this: find = staging.site.com and replace with = www.site.com. This ...
As your links are generated by get_archives_link(), this is the place where you have to look. Doing so, by inspecting the source , you will notice that get_archives_link() - itself - doesn't give you the possibility to add a CSS class to make the highlighting happen. There is of course the filter hook get_archives_link - or see the source - which could be ...
The other question is completely wrong and should not be used previous_post() and next_post() is both depreciated functions and should not be used anymore Never replace WP_Query with query_posts to solve a problem. This actually creates more. Also, query_posts should never be used showposts is also depreciated in favor of posts_per_page To make ...
https://wordpress.org/support/view/plugin-reviews/google-sitemap-generator https://wordpress.org/plugins/sitetree/ You may use this plugins else you can even create a page with all pdf link to download it.
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