Hi, I wanted to ask about url structure implications of using this plugin.
I am using this plugin on my website to add hierarchy parent to posts.
Is this the expected behavior when using this plugin?
In another example, for pages on my website using default wordpress hierarchy parent function, for example, http://www.mydomain.com/parent-page/child-page/ , when I visit, http://www.mydomain.com/child-page/ , the page redirects back to http://www.mydomain.com/parent-page/child-page/
This is the behavior I was expecting from my http://www.mydomain.com/child-post/ url.
My SEO plugin shows http://www.mydomain.com/parent-post/child-post/ as the canonical for http://www.mydomain.com/child-post/ . So I know there shouldn’t be duplicate content issues, from an SEO standpoint.
I simply wanted to ask if there are any negative implications for this url behavior?
The plugin works great, so thank you for creating and sharing it!
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