Support » Plugin: Permalink Manager Lite » Horrible plugin, 404 errors everywhere

  • This plugin worked fine until I deactivated, at which point it automatically changed hundred of URLs without permission, triggering a sea of 404 errors. Not sure why this happened but I did notice there’s some incompatibility between Permalink Manager Lite and Yoast SEO. However, Yoast is not stupid enough to change URLs on you. Save yourself a lot of grief!

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  • Plugin Author Maciej Bis


    Please note that my plugin stores the custom URIs in a serialized array and when you disable/deactivate Permalink Manager it the native permalinks will be used again. That is because the plugin uses the custom functions to detect custom permalinks and Permalink Manager must be activated to make that functions working.


    Happened to me as well.

    Deactivated and re-activated it.

    The links I had set before the deactivation work but any new permalink created after activation redirects to a 404 error.


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