Permalinks, How to Change Default Permalinks Structure
Permalinks are the part of the web address. Ideally that should be your page or post name and point to specific posts and pages on your site. When used optimally they are great for search engines.
Allowing your readers to get an understanding of what your post or page topic.
Search engines discover the post or page topic solely from the URL Title and Description.
They are unique for each piece of content you create.
The permalink structure can be setup in WordPress using the Settings > Permalinks(as above). The default WordPress is set to use the database identification number of each page or post as the permalink. This is not good for search engine results and pages structure and does not even hint of what your page is about.
Change the default permalink structure of WordPress a.s.a.p. There are several options to choose from, but the most common two choices are the structure that shows the date followed by the post name or simply the post name alone. This choice is usually made with the content in mind. If your website is about news, a the permalink containing the date followed by the name is the usual permalink structure.
Basically a WordPress Theme is a set of files that work together to produce an interface with an underlying unifying design for a website.
These files are called template files. A Theme modifies the way the site is displayed, without modifying the underlying software. These files are keep separate from the themes files in folders or directories.
What does the WordPress Theme provide
All of the front end styles of your WordPress site.
the overall design or style of your page (header, main content area, sidebar, footer)
colors and overall layout
page layouts (the templates)
styles for blog posts and blog archives
any additional styling effects
WordPress content is stored in a database. When a request is made, the request page is called and transported over the internet. The structure of that content is then formatted(shaped) by the theme and presented to the browser via php and css stylesheets.
Go to All Posts and select your Post to Edit. On the right sidebar navigate to tags. Your tags will be listed in order first will be last or bottom of the Tags list. Click the small x in a blue circle to remove the tag and click Update to save.
Open the selected post and on the right hand sidebar, scroll down to categories and click the desired category. Update your post.
Alternatively you can add a category to a post by going to All Posts on the left hand sidebar. Hover over the title. In the Quick Link Options, click Quick Edit
In quick edit select your category. Again there are more choices. You can add more tags (remember the comma after the tag) or make this post sticky(this means make them appear above the other posts) or you can change the status of the post(not category) to draft or Pending Review.
To delete a category, go to Posts > Categories and select the category to Delete – the post within the category will be added to your default wordpress category. You can also quick edit or rename you category.
WordPress and will automatically move the posts in to the default category configured in the Settings >> Writing.