Robots.txt is an important file for every online publishing system, not only WordPress. Actually, I have a really not-cool (but still kind of funny) story regarding this file. For something like a year the ads haven’t been displaying on any of my archive pages or category pages on my blog. All because of one small robots.txt mistake.
It doesn’t seem like a challenge, does it? But hear me out, as a matter of fact permalink settings can have a big impact on every blog’s search engine rankings, and its “user-friendliness.”
Before I share my opinion on which ones of those I think are worth using and which aren’t, first let’s discuss the main purpose of permalinks. There are two, like I’ve mentioned briefly in the first paragraph.
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WordPress provides a really easy way of installing all kinds of updates, but the truth is that sometimes things don’t go as planned. I had my share of update-crashes, and it’s nothing nice to have your blog, or worse – your client’s blog, unavailable for a number of hours