Permalink Manager Pro is an SEO-friendly URL editor for WordPress that you can use to modify permalinks of posts, pages, categories, and tags.
It also works well with WooCommerce, custom post types, and taxonomies, and is the only WordPress plugin that allows for automatically translating the permalinks or defining the custom URL structure per language.
Permalink Manager works out-of-the-box. It supports both native & custom content types. This includes pages, posts, categories, and custom post types/taxonomies.
Need to add taxonomy slugs or remove the permalink base? The plugin works well with content types controlled by 3rd party plugins like WooCommerce, Toolset Types, or Pods to name a few.
You can use Permalink Manager to edit each URL one by one. And there is another more convenient way – you can bulk change them!
Firstly, go to the Permastructures section and adjust the permalink formats. By default, they will be used in new permalinks. You can also regenerate and apply them to old addresses.
You do not need to worry about 404 errors! After you update the permalinks, the old URLs will be redirected. It is enabled by default, but you can turn it off in the plugin settings.
You can also set-up extra URL redirects for each post, page, or term. They can be used either as shortlinks or URL aliases.
Remove /product/, /product-category/ from store URLs in under 2 minutes. You can update multiple permalinks at once in a few clicks. Similarly, you may adjust each product/category URLs one by one.
Would you like to add SKU numbers to WooCommerce permalinks? It is pretty easy with Permalink Manager. Follow the instructions and add SKU numbers to product URLs.
Looking for an easy way to add the custom fields to permalinks? Permalink Manager is the easiest solution! You can find the detailed instructions in this article.
It works not only with native custom fields but also with 3rd party plugins. This includes Advanced Custom Fields, Toolset Types, and WooCommerce.
Due to technical limitations, WordPress does not allow using the same permalink base for more than one content type. Permalink Manager allows you to overcome this problem and keep the same permalink format for multiple post types and taxonomies.
As long as you keep the permalinks unique as a whole, you can use exactly the same slug in multiple custom permalinks!