Hello, I have a problem with a 404 on this url:
The wordpress install is in a subdirectory called “motocross”
During development I set up a cpanel redirect to the “motocross” directory, but then I removed the redirect and followed the instructions on “Giving wordpress its own directory” (I used the “pre-existing subdirectory” install instructions)
Now, when I go to the URL, the home page displays correctly, but if I navigate to the other pages and then try to go BACK to the home page, I get a 404 error.
Also, I have noticed that when I try to go back to the home page, the old old url is displayed in the address bar – it says “http://7five7.com.au/motocross” instead of just “http://7five7.com.au”
As the site needs to be up and running I’m on the verge of ditching everything and doing a complete reinstall of the site directly into the domain root, but would appreciate any help that would help me to avoid doing this 🙂
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