Relative URL ShortCode

Description

Now its easy to change domains and move your wordpress blog from subdomain to parent domain like from localhost to live domain you just need to use this shortcode [base_url] as your base url and images So now all links and images are fine after transfer site from localhost to live you don’t need to adjust links after change domain.

ShortCode
[base_url]

Screenshots

  • You can see diffrance in normal link and normal image in wordpress and in link and image with ShorCode.

Installation

** From your WordPress dashboard **

Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
Search for ‘Relative URL ShortCode’
Activate ‘Relative URL ShortCode’ from your Plugins page.

** From WordPress.org **

Download ‘Relative URL ShortCode’.
Upload the ‘Relative URL ShortCode’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
Activate ‘Relative URL ShortCode’ from your Plugins page.

FAQ

I need to change something after change domain?

No. we always use your site base url so you do not need any configuration for change domain.

I need to change any configuration after activate?

No. we always use your site base url so you do not need any configuration after activate.

Reviews

March 27, 2017
Great little plugin. You need to replace the base url by [base_url]. That's all. Works for images and for links in pages. Very small drawback: doesn't work in text widgets... Thanks! Lenneke
September 3, 2016
This Plugin is Best when you need to work on test domain like localhost or on some sub domain and you need to move data or transfer complete site then it's best to keep links fine.
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Contributors & Developers

“Relative URL ShortCode” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0

  • it is a first version.