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How to Put Blog Posts in Their Own Subdirectory

Posted on May 30th, 2010 in WordPress with 0 Comment(s). .

Cool WordPress-as-a-CMS tip: If your WordPress-powered site includes a blog as a component, rather than the main function, you can opt to put blog posts and archives (category/tag/date/author) into their own subdirectory (such as “blog”).

As of this writing, I have this set up on my site; just go to one of my post pages or archives and then check out the address bar to see it in action.

Here’s how to do it:

First, login to your WordPress administration. Click “Settings” (or “Options”), then click “Permalinks.”

After the beginning slash in the “Custom Structure” box, add the subdirectory name followed by another slash.

For example, if your permalink structure was this:

/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/

…You would change it to this:

/blog/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/

Click the “Save Changes” button. Now your post and archive permalinks will contain the subdirectory name that you entered. Enjoy!

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