So for SEO reasons or others, you might want to change the slug of your page on your website. You can absolutely do so, but it’s not really perfect because the slug will always contain some random number instead of just like example.com/this-is-the-name-of-my-page , it’ll be something similar to this?
So the end of the slug can be customized to whatever you want it to be, but as far as I’ve been able to tell there’s no way to remove the /pages/*randomnumbers* from your slug.
That being said having a custom end slug is probably better then having /static or soemthing random, and the process of changing it is quite straight forward.
Step 1: Navigate to the page you Want to change on Desktop
Step Two: Click the settings wheel on top
Step 3: Modify the end slug to be whatever you want
Step 4: Save the page again
Important To Note:
You basically can’t change the slug of a post, it’s always going to be posts/*numbers* which can be annoying for a bunch of reasons but the main ones are:
•There’s no benefit to SEO because your posts are just randomized numbers
• This is absolutely terrible when viewing analytics on Google, see this pic?
How are you supposed to know what post is 4859425 vs 4808200? You can’t.
That sucks so much lol.