Change KB Permalinks, URL, and Slugs

Echo Knowledge Base is composed of the KB Main Page (shows a list of all categories and articles) and Article Pages. The following provides instructions on how to change the KB Main Page and Article Pages URLs.

How do you want to change the Knowledge Base URL? I need to:

If you have an existing page that contains KB shortcode and just want to update the URL, follow these steps:


If you already have an existing page on which you want to show your Knowledge Base, just insert KB shortcode:

  1. Find the page with KB shortcode and open it in the WordPress editor.
  2. Insert the KB Shortcode as explained here.
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To create a new page with Knowledge Base:

  1. Go to admin > knowledgebase > Add New Article
  2. Enter your Knowledge Base name
  3. Enter the KB shortcode as explained here
  4. Enter the KB slug for your URL
create KB Main Page
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To set the Knowledge Base on your Home Page, follow these steps:

  1. 1. Go to admin > Settings > Reading page.
  2. 2. Choose a Static page option.
  3. 3. Choose the page where the knowledge base is located.
  4. 4. Save your settings.
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Read this short article about KB shortcode here.

The URL (page address, page link) is a unique address (location) of a webpage on the Internet, for example:

The Slug is the part of a URL that identifies a single page within a website using human-readable keywords:

Article full addres

  • Slugs are typically generated automatically by WordPress from a page title but can also be entered or altered manually.
  • When WordPress generates a slug it may optimize it for brevity and easy consumption by search engines. For example, a slug for the title “This, That & the Other!” will be “this-that-the-other”. Long page titles may also be truncated to keep the final URL to a reasonable length.
  • Slugs are generally entirely lowercase with words separated by dashes, for example


Permalink is a name for a permanent link (URL) that points to a specific webpage, post, archive, or any other page on a website. It is called permanent because this link should not change even if the underlying page ID in the database changes.

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