Today I needed to change the url slug of a custom post type from /cpt-slug/%post-title%/ to /cpt-slug/%post-id%/. There were thousands of solutions on the web explaining how to change the “cpt-slug” portion of the url, but I couldn’t find a simple solution to change the last part of the url. Well here it is!
The solution is:
- Install & activate Custom Post Type Permalinks plugin.
'cptp_permalink_structure' => '%post_id%'to the register_post_type function in functions.php.
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