Foliovision Forums FV Top Level Categories Bug reports Plugin generates faulty permalink URLs

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  • Hello Veaceslav,

    first of all, thank you for your interest in our plugin.

    I believe this works properly in our plugin. WordPress always picks the category with the lowest ID for the permalink, if you use structure like /%category%/%postname%.html

    So if you have parent and child category and you assign post to both, it will end up as /parent/postname.html if you assign only child category, it will be /parent/child/postname.html

    If you are aware of this, then the issue must be somewhere else, perhaps some conflict with another plugin. Can you try to disable all the plugins and switch to default template and do the testing again?

    There is a new version coming, which is in the final test stages:
    http://foliovision.com/support/fv-top-level-categories/bug-reports/category-feed-404-error?replies=9#post-604

    Martin

    Hello Martin,

    I can’t say for sure if the post had selected all subcategories. But the permalink was generating correctly.
    After activating the “fv top level categories” plugin, the post permalinks generated by “the_permalink()” function gave the same result as I mentioned in the 1’st post, instead of /cat1/subcat2/the-post-name.html generated /cat1/the-post-name.html
    And this was for all posts, no matter what in what category the post was.

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