Cyrlitera – transliteration of links and file names

Description

Transliteration is the transformation of one character into another, for example Cyrillic characters, into Latin. Usually transliteration is used to improve the readability of permalinks and avoid problems with displaying and reading files, because everything in network based on the Latin alphabet. Many plugins made by English-speaking developers do not optimize under the Cyrillic alphabet and can work unstable.

Cyrlitera transliteration plugin replaces Cyrillic, Georgian characters at posts, pages and tags to create readable permalinks. Also this plugin fixes incorrect file names and removes unnecessary characters, which can cause problems when accessing this file.

Cyrillic link example:
_site.dev/%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%B2%D0%B5%D1%82-%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%80

Converted into the Latin alphabet:
_site.dev/privet-mir

In the first case, you can not visually understand the text of encoded link. In the second case, the link transliteration is implemented, everything looks more clear and the link is more shorter.

An example of incorrect filename transliteration:
%D0%BC%D0%BE%D0%B5_image_ 290.jpg
A+nice+picture.png

Images transliteration example:
moe_image_ 290.jpg
a-nice-picture.png

If you ignore file names creation rules, then you can get 404 errors and broken links.

Therefore, create file names using Latin characters and numbers, avoiding special characters, except dashes and underscores. Alternatively, use this plugin. It will do all this work automatically when uploading a file via the WordPress interface and reduce the number of broken links.

FEATURES

  • Converts permalinks of existing posts, pages, categories and tags when options are enable;

  • Keeps the integrity of records’ and pages’ permalinks;

  • Creates a redirect from old posts and pages names to the new ones with converted links;

  • Performs transliteration of the attachments file names;

  • Converts filenames into lowercase;

  • Includes Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Georgian symbols;

  • You can advance a characters base for transliteration;

  • You can roll back changes if the plugin converted your URLs incorrectly.

THANKS TO THE PLUGINS’ AUTHORS

We used some plugins functions:
WP Translitera, Rus-To-Lat, Cyr to Lat, Clearfy — WordPress optimization plugin and disable ultimate tweaker,translit-it, Cyr to Lat enhanced, Cyr-And-Lat, Rus filename translit, rus to lat advanced

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Screenshots

  • Setting page
  • Simple for posts
  • Simple for filenames

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Go to the general settings and click on the “Transliteration” tab, activate the options and save the settings.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Go to the general settings and click on the “Transliteration” tab, activate the options and save the settings.
Does plugin work with multisite?

No plugin does not support multisites. This is temporary and we will try to add support for networks in the future.

Converts characters incorrectly?

Try to change the problematic symbols in the plugin’s settings with the symbol base enlargement field. These characters will replace the default characters.

How to restore converted URLs?

There is a “Rollback changes” button in the plugin settings. This option works only for links, which has been transliterated. This will not work for filenames.

Reviews

Error

When Press localhost/wordpress/login, automatically redirected to the login page. Please fix that error . Thanks

Отличная работа!

Использует функционал практически всех известных плагинов – WP Translitera, Rus to Lat, Cyr to Lat и других, которые по 5-7 лет не обновляются (кроме Translitera, но у него есть ряд других недостатков). Регулярно обновляют и исправляют ошибки. Если разработчики и далее будут его развивать и поддерживать, станет безальтернативным плагином для транслитерации.

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Contributors & Developers

“Cyrlitera – transliteration of links and file names” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0.5

Fixed: Update core
Fixed: Bug with bodypress
Fixed: Transliteration on the frontend
Fixed: Added option to disable transliteration on frontend

1.0.4

Fixed: Bug with transliteration of file names
Added: Compatibility with PHP 7.2
Added: Forced transliteration for file names

1.0.3

  • Fixed: Small bugs

1.0.2

  • Added: Function of converting files to lowercase
  • Added: Forced transliteration function
  • Added: The function of redirecting old records to new ones
  • Added: Ability to change the base of symbols of transliteration
  • Added: Button for converting old posts, categories, tags
  • Added: Button to restore old links

1.0.1

  • Fixed small bugs

1.0.0

  • Plugin release