Why exactly the developer version of W3TC insists on a trailing slash in a permalink structure when I choose a disk enhanced caching mode?
Search engines already have a lot of my site’s pages in their base and /page is not the same as /page/. New pages (with trailing slash) will be considered as a dublicates and this is not good I think.
Is it possible to use an encanced disk caching mode and have a permalink structure like /%category%/%postname% but not /%category%/%postname%/?
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