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TablatureDude

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  1. Site URL: https://www.tablaturedude.com/blog/header-caf9a I have the blog settings "Post URL Format" set to "%t", but the URL ends up looking like this: https://www.tablaturedude.com/blog/header-caf9a I want it to look like this: https://www.tablaturedude.com/blog/purple-rain-kent-nishimura-guitar-tablature/ Short of editing all urls by hand, is there a way to go back and fix all of these automatically? and how do I prevent this from happening in the future? EDIT: I may have figured this out. It seems that it is because I am using a "template" that I start by making a duplicate. the template has a title called Header. so when I duplicate it, I assume it is generating a "header-uniqueID" as the url. and when I make an actual title, it is not not picking it up.
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