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01/09/2015 04:37:44 PM (6 years ago)
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  • Ticket #6481, comment 92

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    55> Then again it's not necessarily advisable for other reasons, at least in the majority of cases. Unless you're constantly producing evergreen content, you actually *want* the date to be around for usability reasons. If it's in the url all the better. Plus, you get the archive links to work by simply removing the post name, and then the day, month and year.
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    7 An interesting point to make with the ease of locating date based archives by manually adjusting the URL in the address bar, this would definitely be of use if the site's current theme provides a `date.php` template to emphasize that distinction.
     7An interesting point to make with the ease of locating date based archives by manually adjusting the URL in the address bar, this would definitely be of use if the site's current theme provides a `date.php` template (or similar code) to emphasize that distinction.
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    99Although the changes are already in place (I've been using "Month and name" for almost as long as this ticket has been open) I still may switch back; but, I am willing to give it at least a week or two to see what happens to traffic flow on my sites.