The recipes can be imported by following these steps: https://help.bootstrapped.ventures/article/96-import-from-wp-ultimate-recipe
thanks for your answer.
The importing process was straightforward!
The only issue I got is that before my URL structure was:
but now is:
How can I add the /recipe/ permalink again?
That’s normal as now the recipes are part of a regular post and those don’t have anything special in the permalinks.
I recommend setting up an automatic redirect as shown in the documentation:
I totally understand it, but for my SEO I need to maintain those URLs intacts, because I’m in the middle of a website migration and I will need also to setup a domain redirect in the next month.
Any workaround to put a /recipe/ path before them?
There are different options for post permalinks, that’s not really a WP Recipe Maker thing. Our recipe card is just part of a regular post now.
For SEO this shouldn’t matter. A 301 redirect tells Google the page moved to a different location but is still the same.
I’m reading this page: https://help.bootstrapped.ventures/article/291-the-recipe-post-type
It seems there is the possibility to setup a recipe slug
But when I set it nothing changes (I flush permalinks)
I’m losing something?
For most use cases that’s not the recommended way of using the plugin. It will also only work if you don’t add any post content outside of the recipe card itself.
Thanks for all the information,
I’m getting familiar with your plugin and it seems really flexible.
I created a custom post type, now I’m trying to migrate all the posts into my cpt
which premium version of the plugin I will need to export and import recipes?
They are regular posts now? In that case a plugin like https://wordpress.org/plugins/post-type-switcher/ should work.
The Premium plugin has the JSON export and import feature:
Yes I mean migrating from a website to another
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