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From Ganesh Viswanathan <gizz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] .htaccess issue in Wordpress?
Date Fri, 12 Aug 2011 15:01:21 GMT
After a lot of snooping, it is the .htaccess file or the conf file that is
causing the problem. Apologies for sending in a doubt that is irrelevant,
but if it still matters where do I take the faulty .htaccess file or the
conf file?

On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 7:44 PM, Mark Montague <mark@catseye.org> wrote:

> On August 12, 2011 6:54 , Ganesh Viswanathan <gizzm14@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>
>> I have a wordpress multi-site:
>>
>>
> You have posted your question to the Apache HTTP Server Users' mailing
> list.  Unfortunately, your question has nothing to do with Apache HTTP
> Server as far as I can see, and so this is the wrong place for it.  Please
> ask your question on a WordPress mailing list or support forum instead.
>
>
>  site1.local.loc [with subdomains on my local] and I would like to have
>> three pages on this.
>>
>> site1.local.loc/works - (posts page, but I want 'Works' as my title)
>>
>> site1.local.loc/about - (static page)
>>
>> site1.local.loc/contact - (static page)
>>
>> Since 'Works' is my posts page where I keep putting in content, I changed
>> my permalinks for this site to:
>>
>> /works/%postname%/
>>
>> However, when clicking on 'view post' at the end of posting anything, it
>> leads me to a '404' page which means there is a disconnect. This is also the
>> case for viewing any page.
>>
>>
> You might want to change the URL for the posts page to something that is
> not a prefix of the URLs for your permalinks and see if that affects
> anything, or not.
>
>
>  Is my .htaccess file faulty?
>>
>>
> I have no idea, you did not send it to us.  And please don't send it to us
> -- the directives you put in your .htaccess file will need to be specific to
> both WordPress' requirements and to what you are trying to do.  You should
> ask on a WordPress mailing list or support forum whether what you have in
> your .htaccess file is what WordPress needs.
>
>
>  How do I solve this? Also how do I make all my posts appear in my 'Works'
>> page (as in, how to make that page the posts page?)
>>
>>
> Ask on a WordPress mailing list or support forum.  Be sure to provide them
> all the information you provided us, and also provide them with the specific
> revision of WordPress you are running, including a list of any WordPress
> plugins and their versions, what version of Apache HTTP Server you are
> running, what version of PHP you are running and how you are running it
> (mod_php, CGI, FastCGI, etc.), any errors that appear in your Apache HTTP
> Server error log file when the error occurs, and the contents of your
> .htaccess file.
>
> --
>  Mark Montague
>  mark@catseye.org
>
>
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