Unless you provide a link to a page demonstrating the problem, no one will be able to offer much in the way of assistance.
Oops sorry. Here’s a sample post from my blog.
Under “leave a reply” my name is listed as the author but goes to a “page not found”. Where is this suppose to go? And can I link it to a page on my site?
As I’m not you and I’m not logged in, I can’t see your name under “Leave a reply”. What I suspect you are seeing is a line that tells you that your are logged in as ‘admin’ (or whatever your login name is). It’s not a link to all posts made by you. It’s a link to your profile in the back end of the site. Why it’s not working as it should, I couldn’t say right now. Could just be some bad theme coding…
Try resetting your custom permalinks back to the default setting via Settings -> Permalinks. If this works, then review Using_Permalinks before setting a custom permalink structure back up again.
Sorry the problem is actually in my emails to subscribers. When a subscriber receives an email update of my current post it appears with the post title and post author along with a generic avatar to the left and then the content below. The post author when clicked goes to the page not found. This can be fixed by resetting my permalinks? Also, how can I get this generic avatar removed and my business logo displayed instead?
Thank you for your patience. I’m still in learning mode. lol
That’s a plugin, Try posting in its dedicated forum.
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