I have been trying forever to figure out a way to change my Permalinks Structure on my netfirms blog (www.wilytrader.com) so that I can somehow use %Title in my url structure instead of the standard %Post_ID
I’ve read, and re-read everything posted here about Using Permalinks at: http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks and have tried changing my structure to /index.php/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
but what subsequently happens is that while all the links on my homepage do change such that when I click on them, they will take me to http://www.wilytrader/com/index.php/2006/1/6/TITLE.htm The probloem is that the actual posts themselves still reside at the old addresses with the %Post_ID urls. So the new urls take me to 404 File Not Found page.
I do not currently have htaccess enabled, would this have anything to do with the problem? Keep in mind that Netfirms does not offer Mod_Rewrite.
Any help on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
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