Support » Fixing WordPress » Way of getting custom url extensions for each page in a site.

  • Hi,

    I have just installed WordPress 4.2.2 and would like to create WordPress site to replace an existing site page for page with its existing urls which are a mixure of .htm and .html extensions. Is there a way to get this version of WordPress to behave in this way?

    I did find this old plugin which did exactly this but it doesn’t work with this version of WordPress:
    http://www.daddydesign.com/wordpress/page-extension-wordpress-plugin/

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    1. Open your WordPress admin
    2. Go to Settings -> Permalinks
    3. Click the radio button next to “Custom Structure” to select it
    4. Enter this into the field:
      /%category%/%postname%.html

    Thanks but some of the files are .htm and some are .html is it possible to set this independently some how for each individual page please?

    You would need to create a custom plugin to do that.

    Why not just do 301 redirects to the new URLs? That would be the simplest solution and won’t harm your search engine rankings.

    Thanks. I’ll give it a go.

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