By default, wordpress permalinks can seem a little..uninspired. With URLs like “yourdomain.com/?p=55”, it’s just hard for humans and search engines alike to really get a sense of context from it all. To get a better URL structure, with an obvious hierarchy like “yourdomain.com/parentpage/childpage/”, you can easily use the permalinks feature of wordpress!

That’s where custom permalinks come in. In the wordpress admin menu, underneath “Settings”, click “Permalinks”. Then, under “Common Settings” to the right, click “Custom Structure”, and paste . Click “Save Changes” at the bottom and you’re done!