Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Devilfish1688, Dec 22, 2015.
I using this " /%category%/%postname%/ "
correct? the code?
Please elaborate your question , you can easily change that from Permalinks settings.
It can be correct or wrong depending on what you need as an end output.
On Yoast SEO with WP it's %%category%% %%postname%%
I using All in One seo , not Yoast Seo.
Because I just revamp my site using video theme and the instruction from vendor mention put that permanently link.
the permalinks can be changed in settings -> permalinks. and yes, your code it's corect. i use the same form.
is interesting why some claim put post is enough? whereas I still noob why must put category in front post
Shorter urls tend to have higher CTR from search engines.
I use: PostID/postname on those blogs that have a lot of posts (adult) where its bound that there will be duplicate headings (but not content)
On my smaller blogs, i use /postname unless I need the category as keyword-enhancement
hmm I feel perhaps that is how my theme works?
As I have mention , i brought the theme , under instructions , they got mention use custom permanent link that is in front post name put category.
depend on your site structural, i will ignore the category if my site do not have many pages, make the url shorter and look nice
Short permalinks are SEO friendly . For this you may use only /postname.
I couldn't understand your question properly so i am unable to help you buddy..Please elaborate your question and the output what you are expecting....
Try to keep it as short as possible. That's it i guess
There is Plugins for that use it
I dont use short URLs. I use %category%/%post% and sometimes even %post_id% or %monthnum% - it just makes more sense that i structure my site to look like a huge authority site instead of a MNF. You'll never see a site planning to have millions of pages just use domain.com/post-name .
You Should Use plugin For It.
Yes its correct, you may also want to use the plugin no category base to get rid of the word category within your permalinks.
Separate names with a comma.