How URLs in Publii works?

Publii URLs are fully translatable; with the available options you have full control over the URL content.

For asian languages Publii uses transliteration to generate slugs of post titles, tag names and author names.

Below we can see some examples of URLs for specific page types:

Homepage

https://example.com - URL to the main page of your website.
https://example.com/page/1/ - URL to the n-th page of the homepage post listing.

Post page

https://example.com/post-slug/ - URL to the post when pretty URLs are enabled.
https://example.com/post-slug.html - URL to the post when pretty URLs are disabled.

Tag page

https://example.com/tag-slug/ - URL to the tag page when tags prefix is empty.
https://example.com/tags/tag-slug/ - URL to the tag page when tags prefix is "tags".
https://example.com/tag-slug/page/1/ - URL to the n-th page of the tag page post listing.

Author page

https://example.com/authors/author-slug/ - URL to the author page when authors prefix is set to the default value ("authors").
https://example.com/team/author-slug/ - URL to the author page when authors prefix is set to the "team" value.
https://example.com/authors/author-slug/page/1/ - URL to the n-th page of the author page post listing.

Error page

https://example.com/404.html - default URL to the 404 error page (if theme supports error pages).

Search page

https://example.com/search.html - default URL to the search page (if theme supports search pages).