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I can't comment yet, but I can answer - I think your problem may be that you've declared your $terms variable twice in your code, within your loop: <?php $terms = get_the_terms( $post->id, 'knowledgebase_types' ); ?> and <?php $terms = get_the_terms( $post->post_id, 'knowledgebase_topics' );?> Though some more information about what ...


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When I go to the dashboard>settings>permalinks and click save changes, this code disappears It sounds like WordPress is overwriting your htaccess file when you save. Thus, your changes are gone. Perhaps set this up outside of the htaccess in the apache config? Or ask your host to do this for you. Then WP can't overwrite it :)


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There is no way this kind of functionality exist without some plugin/code to implement it and without doing actual rewrites. Wordpress core do not know what is a "stop word" and do not believe in multiple URL for the same content. If a theme was changed, this might have been a code in the theme that was responsible for such a functionality.



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