Well, not really. Offcourse that will change the slug of that page:)
But what about the items within the blog posts?
E.g. I have this URL: http://weydelandkaas.nl/blog/speciaal-weydeland-kaaskwartet-bij-uw-weydeland-aankoop/
This is a news items, but the slug in /blog/. Can I change that to /nieuws/special….
How did you setup your blog page? – via page template or Settings / Reading as a static posts page?
You should be able to control the permalinks for this inside Settings / Permalinks. Make sure .htaccess file is created after you’ve changed your posts permalinks Custom structure. I usually recommend using only ‘Post name‘ as a permalink structure as this is more SEO friendly.
I talked to my hostingprovider but they say it’s not related to the server.
This is my situation.
When going to the Permalinks section I see this (see attachment).
As you can see is the weydelandkaas.nl/blog totally grey. I cannot change this to something else.
I tried to fix it with my hosting provider, checked everything in the database, but couldn’t fix it.
I have set it up like this:
One page (blog template) with the name Nieuws.
One page (blog template) with the name Blog.
On each page I want to output different categories, so I have used this http://demo.bizzthemes.com/bizznis/documentation/tutorials/modify-content-loop/
Can you help?
This is definitely a hosting configuration that can only be changed with .htaccess file or hosting provider. With this tutorial for more information: http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory
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