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Fri, 23 Sep 2016 21:32:28 +0000Stories and tips from a Portland gal who likes to eat well, drink well and travel often without breaking the bank. Not very exciting . . . I'm passionate about travel especially road trips, free camping, flight deals, traveling light and finding discounted life experiences but also love food & drink and finding the best of both in your travels. Help! Please : )
Fri, 23 Sep 2016 01:05:00 +0000Marking sub-categories does not automatically select the parent category. Both must checked for inclusion. Categories are for readers benefit. Changing them for analytics is a dumb reason. Tell them to change their program or create filters and funnels to customize the results. The instructions and Plugins for moving categories are in the article. There is not a bulk feature to uncheck (move) posts from categories, just add. Good luck with it and let your team know that I have to battle with clients to remember to check both parent and child categories.
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Thu, 22 Sep 2016 19:30:06 +0000Hi Lorelle -- Thanks for sharing your expertise! I'm hoping you can help me with a WP category dilemma. Editors on team have been marking both parent categories and sub-categories on posts for our WP site. We didn't know that marking the sub-category automatically associates the post with the parent category. Now we want to “unmark” the parent categories for thousands of posts (and leave the sub-categories) WITHOUT changing the post URLs. This is because our 3rd party analytics (Parsely) sees these posts as having multiple categories, and this messes up our analytic abilities. Is there an easy, efficient way to "unmark" the parent categories without changing the post URLs? I'm hoping there's a WP plug-in or feature to help. Thanks very much! --Kim
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