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Page Translator


Customize WordPress pagination URL. You can change โ€˜pageโ€™ to anything else. For example, โ€˜โ€™ -> โ€˜โ€™. After activating plugin you can set the new value in Plugin Editor. After actualization of the plugin file, don’t forget to run Permalink Options and click on โ€˜Save changesโ€™ button. Now you can see your new – more friendly URLs ๐Ÿ™‚


How to install:

  1. Upload โ€˜page-translatorโ€™ to the โ€˜/wp-content/plugins/โ€™ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the โ€˜Pluginsโ€™ menu in WordPress
  3. Set the new value instead of โ€˜pageโ€™ in โ€˜wp-admin/plugin-editor.php?file=page-translator/page-translator.phpโ€™
  4. Run โ€˜wp-admin/options-permalink.phpโ€™ and click on โ€˜Save changesโ€™ button.
  5. Now you can see your new – more friendly URLs ๐Ÿ™‚

Possible interactions with some plugins:

  1. If you are using plugins like โ€˜WP Super Cacheโ€™ which saves the pages on server, maybe it will be necessary to delete the cache so the changes can take affect immediately.
  2. Some plugins which changes URL, like โ€˜WP No Category Baseโ€™ or โ€˜WP-No-Tag-Baseโ€™, can operate with โ€˜pageโ€™ in their code. So it will be necessary to change the word โ€˜pageโ€™ to your new word manually in the code of this plugin via Plugin Editor.


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  • Changed default value to โ€˜pageโ€™ so the plugin won’t change your URLs until you write your new word instead of โ€˜pageโ€™.