Support » Plugin: Disable Media Pages » Does EXACTLY what I needed it to

  • EVERY single article I’ve looked at after searching for a way to solve this issue has said to install an SEO plugin and just redirect the permalink to the original file. That doesn’t solve the underlying problem.

    I have a logo file called square.png, that is tucked away nicely in the wp-content folder as it should be. But WordPress (in its infinite wisdom) decides that people want to see a page of information about the file when they visit
    What if I want to put a page at that url? Even if I use an SEO plugin to redirect it, that url is still taken and the page I create is put at
    Wordpress doesn’t allow you to edit the permalink of an attachment or put them in their own namespace like

    This plugin solves ALL of that trouble, all of the permalinks now refer to the url of the actual file, with the url of the attachment page renamed to a long random alphanumeric string so it won’t conflict with anything.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by tibsie. Reason: Changed the title as it was the same as another review
    • This topic was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by tibsie.
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