If you are forced to change the domain of your webhosting where the WordPress is installed, there may be a problem with clean URLs after the site is renamed. What happens? If anyone click on any link in the menu or in the category, he get only error answer back. So usually it is 404 error – page doesnt exist. A very simple solution, that usually works immediately is to regenerate clean URLs via WordPress administration. Let’s see how it works.
How you can regenerate URL links after the website is renamed?
When this problem occurs, administration is available in the vast majority of cases. The admin panel is available on the URL of yourdomain.tld/wp-admin or yourdomain.tld/wp-login.php. So log in to administration and go straight to “Settings” on the left-hand menu. Select the “Permalinks” section of the list here.
You can then regenerate the URL by selecting “Plain” in the list of nice URL formats and saving the settings. Immediately afterwards, select the original URL format from the list and save the settings again.
By temporarily changing the url format, which you will get back again to the origin format, WordPress URL addresses will be regenerated, and links in the menu or in the categories will be functional again.
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