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WP Permastructure

Adds the ability to configure permalinks for custom post types using rewrite tags like %post_id% and %author%.

13 reviews
Average Rating
4.2 out of 5 stars
After deactivating plugin, website is broken -> No support
By , for WP 4.5.3

The plugin did not what I expected. I decided to deactivate the plugin.
After that, every page gave a 404 error.

When I asked for support, a few months ago, I didn't receive any reaction.
So my advice, think twice before installing this plugin

Great
By ,

Exactly what I needed thanks !

We were about from the craziness but .......
By , for WP 4.5.2

We found an easy solution in this plugin.

GREAT !

God bless you

AWESOME
By ,

OMG, your plugin is awesome :D thank you so much for this excellent plugin

works for CPTs
By ,

this is the only way/plugin/code which works for me. thank you very much!!

Works like a charm!
By , for WP 4.4.2

I wanted to rewrite a custom post type permalink that would include a taxonomy term (www.site.com/custom-post-type/term/postname) but I was unable to make it work. I tried bits and pieces of code I found on StackExchange but none worked 100%.

I found this plugin and after activating it and updating the permalink structure for my post type, my permalink structure worked like a charm!

Archive pages for post and taxonomy work also.

Not sure what I did is correct, but both my CPT and the taxonomy have the same slug in the rewrite rule.

its is useful.
By , for WP 4.1

this is very useful plugin.

Almost perfect
By , for WP 4.1.1

I am to clumsy to get the add_rewrite_rule correct and therefore using this plugin.
It works like a charm as long you keep "on the road".
I wanted the html extension but in back-end(Dashboard) it strips the dot.(could also just be me but still not so nice)

Solved it by hardcoding my cpt's and now it works like a charm, thank you.

It Simply Works!
By , for WP 4.0

This plugin saves literally hours of time depending on the size and complexity of your site. I'd be lost without it.

sub category not showing!
By , for WP 3.8.1

I tried to use this permalink:

/product/%product_cat%/%category%/%post_id%

But whenever I click the update button, it goes like this:
/product/%product_cat%/tegory%/%post_id%

The %ca strips out! What is going on??????????

I want to show the PARENT CATEGORY AND THE SUB CATEGORY ON THE LINKS PLEASE

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