August 11, 2012

How to Convert posts to pages and vice versa with pType Converter

Have you ever accidentally created a post when you intended to create a page? Sure you could cut and paste the content again. No big deal right? There’s a more serious issue once you try to delete the post and you’re using a base category plugin. After you create a new page, you may have noticed you…

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