How to change the permalink of articles?
Thanks for the help, but sorry it’s not what I mean.
I know the individual permalinks of articles could be changed, but I’ve imported more than 200 articles from my old blog, and all the permalinks were set as default. It’s too tiring to change the permalink one by one, so what I was asking is is it possible to reset the permalink by using CSS and to make it like “%year%/%month%/%day%/%postid%”.
Anyone can help on it? I’ve been trapped in it for months. A million thanks, really!
I don’t believe you can do anything with CSS, but I’m no expert. I’ll modlook this topic so staff can help you. If you subscribe you will be notified when someone answers. Sorry I can’t provide any more help.
That is not a CSS function and unfortunately can’t be done automatically on a WordPress.com blog.
Thanks for both of your answers! I’m not an expert on any computer or internet stuff, and that’s why I’m asking help here.
I’ll do it one by one to change the link myself then. Thanks!
I’m sorry, it’s not possible to change the structure of the permalink on WordPress.com.
There are no restrictions if you setup a self-hosted WordPress.org blog instead of a WordPress.com blog, but there are some added responsibilities. We have hosting recommendations at the following link if you are interested.
Ok. Thanks! It’s good that I got a clear answer, even it’s negative. I don’t use my blog that much as years ago when I was still a student, so I won’t buy a space and set up a self-hosted blog there. It’s a pity that I can’t change the structure of the permalink, but I think I’ll just take it and change the link by hand myself.
You’re welcome. Happy blogging, Lennon :)
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