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  1. Cecilio
    Cecilio Published |

    Incredible!

    I’ll try it in several website and I tell you it if I find problems.

    Thanks Justin.

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  3. YOGESH
    YOGESH Published |

    Thanks for sharing this information.. I will also try it for my blog and website. Please help me incase of any difficulty..

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  5. budapeste gezi yerleri rehberi
    budapeste gezi yerleri rehberi Published |

    thanks also i will try it. I hope i can manage :)

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  6. دردشة صوتية
    دردشة صوتية Published |

    Thank you Justin for all the work done I observer of all topics

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    1. Howard Walter
      Howard Walter Published |

      Justin its hard to understand the procedure coding but its nice if its work properly.

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  7. Ali Kholi
    Ali Kholi Published |

    Thank you justing for sharing this helpful info
    i will give it a try and i will see if it work’s or not
    thanks again

    Reply
  8. Parques WDW
    Parques WDW Published |

    I typically use Blogspot on my websites – although I have tried out WP on several sites – and the blogger interface now allows you to create custom post URLs as well. Something that we have been missing for ages.

    Unfortunately, I have seen that many people using this function are merely stuffing keywords into their URL making it ultimately detrimental to their overall search engine positioning efforts.

    Use with caution.

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  9. Quentin
    Quentin Published |

    Thank you verry much for this article, it looks great !

    Is there any possibility to remove the “type” from the URL, to have :

    domain.com/gallery

    instead of

    domain.com/type/gallery

    ?

    Thanks

    Reply

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