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  • im using wordpress 2.7.1 and have designed my website around pages, but the url is coming as ‘../?page_id=..‘ which is not what i want. i want the permalinks to show the main pages and then the subpages. so what should be the custom structure of this style where the page hierarchy is shown.

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  • /%postname%/

    i first tried using /%postname%/, the url’s are coming fine but it cant find the page(Error 404). However i read something about ‘Using only %postname%’ and tried with /%categories%/%postname%/ even then the url’s remain the same. The same error continues.Why cant it locate the pages. Yea i have changed the links to the new url’s.

    used index.php/%postname%/ and is working fine.
    but now the issue is that even the home page is taking this link and getting an URL like http://www.example.com/index.php/mysite

    please help!!

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