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[Resolved] Cross post links independent from .htaccess

  • Here’s the situation.
    1. I upgraded my blog and changed the structure of the links. It used to be myblog.com/001 (post number), now it’s myblog.com/2006/11/post-slug
    2. There are many cross-post links inside the posts, that link to another post. These links no longer work after the stucture has been changed.
    3. The links from Google do not work either 🙁

    1. Is there a way to put a cross-post link inside a post that will not be a permalink (i.e. it will link directly to the post’s ID and WordPress will handle the permalink depending on its actual configuration)?
    2. Is there a way to have the permalink working with both methods at the same time (i.e. myblog.com/001 and myblog.com/2006/01/post-slug work at the same time)?

    If there is no way to link directly to post’s ID, I think there should be. Think about it in the next version. I have like 600 posts, and changing cross-post links everytime I change a URL structure is a real pain 🙂

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  • 1. You can always use for the “crossposting/crosslinking” the ugly permalinks – they always work; e.g.
    2. No, you can NOT have two kind of permalink working in the same time. Unfortunatley, changing from one custom permalink structure to another custom – results in what you are experiencing, so much more thinking is required before proceeding.

    As a general note: as I said above switching from ugly/default to anything is never a problem, since the default always works, regardless of your custom structure. However, switching between custom structures will always cause havoc…

    Thanks, it means I’m going to stick to ugly 🙂

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