Adjust the URLs of pages on your site using these settings.
|Plain||The default setting that appends a URL parameter to get the page ID. This option should not be used, as it prevents scheduled events from being displayed.|
|Day and name||The year, month, date, and slug separated by slashes. This is ideal for sites that have both blog articles and static pages.|
|Month and name||Similar to “Day and name” but without the date. Also a good option.|
|Numeric||A simple structure that uses page ID within a formatted permalink. May have some disadvantages for SEO due to of its nondescript nature.|
|Post name||A good alternative to “Day and name” or “Month and name” for sites that only have static pages, and don’t need blog articles.|
|Custom Structure||Enter a custom structure here, which can be a combination of the other options. Refer to https://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks#Structure_Tags for accepted tags.|
|Post type||Default slug|