A couple of weeks ago we moved our site over to GoDaddy hosting (Linux, Deluxe Plan). Ever since we did so, WordPress has seemed a little jacked up. The “auto_increment” option turned off for every table in the database and our Page and Category permalinks do not work without the trailing slash.
In addition, we have switched our permalink structure and wanted to make sure we were getting all of the hits from the old structure, so we included a RewriteRule in the .htaccess file that redirects http://www.gadgetell.com/entry/3324/ to http://www.gadgetell.com/index.php?p=3324 and then finally to our new structure at http://www.gadgetell.com/2006/07/come-on-show-off-that-ipod-with-griffin%e2%80%99s-iclear/
Ever since we moved over to GoDaddy, the /entry/3324 needs to have a trailing slash or else it doesn’t work.
I’ve looked at my .htaccess file and it seems that WordPress has only written the code for my FeedBurner redirect plugin and something with (REQUEST_FILENAME) in it. Here is the full-text of the .htaccess.
Any ideas? Thanks!
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