Edit posts, pages, or custom post types by adding a “/edit” to the end of the URL. If you are not logged in, you will be prompted to log in in order to edit the item.
Send clients pretty URLs to the admin instead of a ton of query variables!
The “/edit” functionality also works on author and taxonomy archives, and if you have a page assigned as your front page of your site.
This is useful if:
- You are not logged in, and want an easy shortcut to edit an item.
- You hate the admin bar and have disabled it, but still want an easy shortcut to edit an item.
- You have clients. Send them a pretty URL with “/edit” on the end.
- Just unzip and upload the “slash-edit” folder to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
How do I use the plugin?
Just browse to the post, page, or custom post type, and add “/edit” to the end (e.g., http://domain.com/posts/edit).
You’ll need pretty permalinks enabled, which pretty much everyone already does.
Will you allow quick editing of categories and other items later?
It’s already in there 😀
What about attachment pages?
That one I couldn’t figure out. Patches welcome.
Where are the options?
No options 🙂
English is not my first language. Can I change the “/edit” into something else?
Just keep in mind that whatever you choose to override with must be alphanumeric characters. Something like edición will be parsed as edicion.
If you choose to use this filter, you’ll need to update your permalinks or deactivate and reactivate the Slash Edit plugin.
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“Slash Edit” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.བྱས་རྗེས་འཇོག་མཁན།
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- Updated 2015-08-20 – Ensuring WordPress 4.3 compatibility
- Updated 2015-04-19 – Ensuring WordPress 4.2 compatibility
- Updated 2014-12-11 – Ensuring WordPress 4.1 compatibility
- Released 2014-11-13
- Fixing endpoint when page is created with same slug as the endpoint
- Released 2014-11-13
- Added “/edit” to the front of the site (e.g., www.domain.com/edit) if you have a page set as your front page.
- Added a
slash_edit_urlfilter to determine where to redirect a user when “/edit” is present (props Bjørn J.)
- Released 2014-10-19
- Initial Release