Permalinks component

Subcomponents: Canonical and Rewrite Rules.

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88 open tickets in the Permalinks component

88 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request
Awaiting Review 41 10 3
Future Release 23 9 1
4.9 0 0 1

88 open tickets. Last 7 days: +0 tickets

13 tickets that have no replies

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  • #34044  Danish characters not showing in permalinks
  • #34184  IIS with Helicon Ape is not detected for suggesting pretty permalinks
  • #34542  Permalink settings page should offer a filesystem API based way to save .htaccess administration
  • #34822  Post name permalinks problems
  • #35209  Permalinks of published pages get changed when creating new pages as a draft administration
  • #36976  _fix_attachment_links() not called on publishing scheduled post ui administration performance
  • #38599  Allow verbose rewrite rules with custom post types
  • #38709  Unlimited query for invalid post names performance
  • #39258  Move bottom of options-permalink.php into Contextual Help administration
  • #39547  options-permalink.php throws incorrect "You should update…" notice on multisite administration
  • #40032  Automatic redirects with _wp_old_slug won't mantain GET parameters if present
  • #40176  Filter user_trailingslashit called with inconsistent $type_of_string for Post-Tags
  • #41277  Random post returned by get_permalink when on post type archive

1 ticket slated for 4.9

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  • #29872  Permalink Structure Tags buttons ui accessibility

88 open tickets

Open bugs: 64. View list on Trac

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