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How can I a add forward slash on categories URLs and serve only that version of a category (meaning URLs not ending in forward-slash will redirect to URLs ending in forward slash).

I manage to remove the category base using the "WP No Category Base" plugin but I need to add a forward slash on the category URL.

Examples:

www.example.com/es  <- this is a category (needs a forward-slash '/')

www.example.com/es/hola.html <- this is a post so, it's ok, no changes needed.

The plugin Permalink Trailing Slash Fixer doesn't solve the problem here.

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Filter category_link so WordPress creates slashed URLs for categories, and redirect_canonical so it accepts those URLs:

add_filter( 'category_link', 'wpse_71666_trailingslash_cat_url' );
add_filter( 'redirect_canonical', 'wpse_71666_trailingslash_cat_url', 20, 2 );

function wpse_71666_trailingslash_cat_url( $url, $request = '' )
{
    if ( 'category_link' === current_filter() )
        return rtrim( $url, '/' ) . '/';

    if ( "$url/" === $request and is_category() )
        return $request;

    return $url;
}
  • @tosho, Thanks. Can I ask you something, (perhaps I should start a new question). I have my permalinks like: /%category%/%postname%.html how can I remove the word uncategorized from the url's without removing the name of the other categories ? I think I will ask a new question. – user983248 Nov 7 '12 at 7:03
  • Since you are the man and just in case -> wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/71805/… – user983248 Nov 7 '12 at 7:14

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