Page no: P03
Page No: P03
The Use Case
Very often URLs include a post name that is far too long.
the final part after the “/” is called post-name. Hence “as-ever-the-problem-with-richard-murphy-is-that-he-has-no-knowledge-of-the-subject-under-discussion”
As discussed here by Yoast and a Google’s Matt Cutts, a post-name should possess at the most 5 words. And these words shall be meaningful.
Our URL Remove Stop Words plugin radically reduces the words in the URL.
From the URL above, we would eliminate:
as, ever, the, problem, with, is, that, he, has, no, knowledge,of,the,subject,under,discussion
The final post-name would be “richard-murphy”. The tool also deletes words like problem or discussion that are not meaningful.
The author missed to use the real topic. The only thing we know is that it is something about Richard Murphy.
B. Function: “Remove Stop Words for existing posts/pages”
C. Function: “Restore old URL based on title”
D. Function: “Edit Stop Words”
E. Function: Use of the plugin inside FeedWordPress.
Remove stop words for existing posts and pages
Avoid duplicate URL
We must check if the generated URL does not exist yet. This can happen easily, when we reduce URLs with lots of stop words.
We test if the posts already exists. If so we add the Post ID.
Advantage of the solution
We do not need to count the number of posts
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