How to Remove v=XXXX string from WordPress URLs


How to Remove v=XXXX string from WordPress URLs
Tifany Wynne

Are you seeing strange v=xxxx string in your WordPress URLs? This string is made up of seemingly random letter and numbers added as a parameter to your permalinks. In this article, we will show you how to easily remove v=xxxx string from your WordPress URLs.

Best Guide on Removing v=XXXX string from WordPress URLs
Lue Conway

You might have noticed strange v=xxxx string in your WordPress URL. This string is comprised of an apparently arbitrary letter and numbers added as a parameter to your permalinks. In this article, I will demonstrate to you industry standards to effectively expel v=xxxx string from your WordPress URLs.

How to Remove the v=XXXX Part of URLs in WordPress
Catherine Scott

I suggest leaving caching enabled and don’t put much thought into the v=XXXX part of the WooCommerce URL if you offer shipping and tax estimates. There are far more important elements that will influence a shopper such as using SSL and providing detailed items descriptions. Don’t sacrifice the speed and performance boosts from caching just to make the URL pretty.

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