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A Useful WordPress Plugin: Chinese PinYin Slug

Posted on: 15/07/2010

The Chinese PinYin Slug WordPress plugin convert Chinese UTF-8 character into English PinYin character from a post slugs to improve search engine optimization.
For example, when you publish a post with a title like this:
“Chinese PinYin”
WordPress automatically assigns a long filename to your post, called a post slug:
/%e4%b8%ad%e6%96%87%e6%8b%bc%e9%9f%b3
PinYin Slug plugin convert Chinese character into PinYin character. With Chinese PinYin plugin activated, the slug for our example blog post would look like this:
/zhongwenpinyin
The slug is generated on saving a post (so you get a chance to look at it before publishing, and change it), or on publish. It won’t overwrite an existing slug. You can force a new slug generation by deleting the existing one.

Installation

Download the PinYin Plugin and unzip to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress. Now, when editing a post, give it a title and press Save and Continue Editing. The PinYin Slug plugin will generate a slug. If you edit it, the plugin will honor your slug and won’t change it.

If you find this plugin useful, please, link to this page: Chinese PinYin Slug WordPress Plugin.

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5 Responses to "A Useful WordPress Plugin: Chinese PinYin Slug"

very good job !

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