Upload a CSV with unique URLs

As soon as you download and activate the MPG plugin in your WordPress website, all you need to do is upload a CSV file with your variable data.

It is essential that your CSV file contains a URL column with your custom URLs for each new page. Each one needs to be unique within your website and doesn’t need to include the domain name. For example: /my-new-page/

So, for instance, if you want a page for each office location, you can include columns with information like the address, contact information, the embed code for the map, images, etc. But remember to have each URL be distinct, for example: /new-york-ny-office/; /los-angeles-ca-office/; and so on.

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Upload a CSV with unique URLs

As soon as you download and activate the MPG plugin in your WordPress website, all you need to do is upload a CSV file with your variable data.

It is essential that your CSV file contains a URL column with your custom URLs for each new page. Each one needs to be unique within your website and doesn’t need to include the domain name. For example: /my-new-page/

So, for instance, if you want a page for each office location, you can include columns with information like the address, contact information, the embed code for the map, images, etc. But remember to have each URL be distinct, for example: /new-york-ny-office/; /los-angeles-ca-office/; and so on.

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Create a template page with shortcodes

You can edit an existing page or create a new one. Simply include the shortcodes to the data from your file in the proper format: {{mpg_headername}} and publish.

To make sure you’re using the proper shortcode, you can go back to the MPG plugin. After you upload your CSV file, you see all the data listed on the MPG plugin. The header names are now altered as the shortcodes for the front end, looking like this: mpg_headername

Depending on the kind of data you’re adding, you might need to use a little bit of coding. For images, for example, you would have the URLs to each image on a column of your file, then go to the WP Code Editor of your template page, and type in < img src= ”mpg_image_column” />

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When we say unlimited, we mean unlimited.

Once you set the template page and click ‘Upload Settings’, all of your thousands of new pages are active and functional.

Now when one of your new URLs is typed into a browser, MPG will check if the URL is within its database. If it is, it will render the selected template page, replace all URL related data and shortcodes, return status 200, and load the page for the end user.

If you decide you want to change the template page or add new keywords to your CSV file, you can do so in minutes and in bulk.

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When we say unlimited, we mean unlimited.

Once you set the template page and click ‘Upload Settings’, all of your thousands of new pages are active and functional.

Now when one of your new URLs is typed into a browser, MPG will check if the URL is within its database. If it is, it will render the selected template page, replace all URL related data and shortcodes, return status 200, and load the page for the end user.

If you decide you want to change the template page or add new keywords to your CSV file, you can do so in minutes and in bulk.

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See it in action. Try the free demo.

Yep, it’s that simple. If you need to see it, to believe it, try out our demo version and test out each new URL created!

We even created a sample CSV file that you can use to create several new pages for different US locations, including their respective state and population number.

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