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Refers to the process whereby an URL is manipulated to create what in WordPress is called a "pretty permalink"

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Mark Jaquith uses "+" as the search query string delimiter in his Nice Search Plugin. Here's what he does: function cws_nice_search_redirect() { if ( is_search() && strpos( $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI' …
answered Apr 12 '11 by Chip Bennett
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First, you need to change your Front Page settings: 1) Create a Static Page, called "Blog" (and a slug of "blog") 2) Create another Static Page, to serve as your site Front Page 3) Go to Dashboard …
answered Apr 9 '11 by Chip Bennett
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Update Eliminating all of the other solutions, there is at least one remaining: template_redirect: function wpse121308_redirect_homepage() { // Check for blog posts index // NOT site front p …
answered Nov 5 '13 by Chip Bennett
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Creating URL rewrite rules is something entirely different from using URL query variables to sort the Loop query. I would suggest tackling the latter, before worrying about the former. First, you n …
answered Oct 27 '11 by Chip Bennett
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I'm not sure this question is WordPress-related. It sounds like it might be handled via .htaccess redirect, or a browser extension. That said: you could try to use the wp_get_attachment_url filter, t …
answered Apr 10 '13 by Chip Bennett
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Go with the easiest alternative of all: do nothing. No, really: WordPress itself handles redirects for renamed Post Titles. Edit Apparently, the retention of _wp_old_slug only happens for non-hiera …
answered Jan 26 '12 by Chip Bennett