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A permanent link to an item (a blog post, an attachment, ...). The default structure is "?p=123", but WordPress can handle "pretty permalinks" and will rewrite them internally to the former version. If you have a question about special rewrite structures you should use the [url-rewriting] tag.

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There is a # BEGIN WordPress and # END WordPress after the end you should be able to add your own code. Anything between will get overwritten by WordPress
answered Mar 1 '12 by Drai
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After the page is published WordPress creates a URL link based on your permalink settings. If you then change the post name the url link would not change automatically, although you can manually chang …
answered Oct 29 '15 by Drai