These are the sections you will find when you install the GeoDirectory Core (free) plugin only:
On this page:
This page is about GeoDirectory Permalink settings, not WordPress Permalink settings.
Be aware that for GD to work properly, you need to set the WordPress Permalink settings to Post name: Read more
Add location slug in listing urls:
Ticking this option will add the location of the listing to the URL, for example
Add full location info with country, region and city slug in listing urls:
Use this option if your directory covers more than one region and/or country.
You can also use this option if your site only covers one region or city, but you want to include the full location in the URL of your listings.
Add city slug in listing urls:
You can only use this option if your site only covers one region or city, do not use if your directory covers more than one region and/or country.
Tick or untick to include the category name in your URLS, for example
Enter the default name here for your listings, for example places or business or listings etc.
If you use the Custom Post Type addon, then the listing url prefix will be replaced with the slug you enter there.
GD will automatically add 8 pages that will be used as templates to create all your directory pages: GD Home page, Add Listing, Listing Preview, Listing Success, Location, Terms and Conditions page, Info page and Login page.
You can change the title and slug of these pages at the normal WordPress pages settings.
Only the Terms and Conditions page option can be left blank, all other options should have a page selected.
Each Geodirectory page should be unique, meaning that a single page from your site should not be selected for more than one of the Geodirectory Pages.