After hosting your WordPress website, you need to make sure that your post URLs aren’t ugly. If it is, you can simply make it search engine friendly by saving your permalinks. In this post, we will show you that how can you save permalinks on WordPress blog.
How To Save Permalinks On WordPress?
First of all, log in to your WordPress dashboard.
Under the settings menu, you can see the permalinks settings.
By default, your WordPress permalink must be in the plain settings or month and time format. We highly recommend you to set it as the post name format or any custom structure that you will love.
On our blog, we are using this /%category%/%postname%/ custom structure for our permalinks. After selecting your desired option, click on save.
You will get a success message soon.
This is how you can save permalinks on WordPress. Making your permalink clean will help you to get maximum search engine traffic and also your website visitors will love it.
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