Simple SEO navigation postname option

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    dualaudi
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    Not sure if I’m overlooking this option, but is there a way to have the navigation links use %postname% vs. the H1 title it uses now.

    I’m green when it comes to modifying the PHP, but if it’s a simple switch the php echo to postname, I wouldn’t mind opening up the navigation.php.

    Any help would be great. I’d like to have a longer H1 to go with and have the navigation be 1 word.</p> <p>Thanks, this theme is by far one of the best for SEO w/o plugins.<br /> <a href="http://independentliving-sandiego.com" class="bbcode_url" rel="nofollow">http://independentliving-sandiego.com</a></p> <p>example. “About Us” navigation is the same as H1. I’d like H1 to be “About blah blah blah san diego”, but the navigation to just say “About”

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    Satish Gandham
    Keymaster

    Couldn’t get you, does wordpress provide the option to have two titles for a post?

    #18266

    dualaudi
    Spectator

    @Satish 1288 wrote:

    Couldn’t get you, does wordpress provide the option to have two titles for a post?

    I think it’s a custom navigation. I don’t think WP does this by default. I just want to change where the navigation pulls it’s the name from. Right now title, h1, and nav will all be identical.
    nav1.jpg

    nav2.jpg

    I’ll post back when I have the workaround for what I’d like to see.. (In my opinion it makes for better SEO and usability.)

    #18265

    Satish Gandham
    Keymaster

    the one in the address bar is called slug, SWIFT has option to append links to page navigation. Uncheck all pages in page selection and use the append links feature.

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