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[Resolved] /index.php/ is before all pages

  • I have just done a fresh install on a hosting company that I’ve never used in the past.

    The website is showing /index.php/ on every page except the home page. For example it looks like http://www.example.com/index.php/about.

    How can I remove “/index.php/” from these page names? Have I done something in the initial setup?

    Thanks for you help!

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  • As a followup, when I go to the Permalinks settings “/index.php/” is at the beginning of all the options except the default. If I try to make a custom setting by eliminating the “/index.php/”, the change is not recognized. The “/index.php/” is still required.

    See http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks about pathinfo permalinks.

    Perhaps your host doesn’t have mod_rewrite enabled.

    Have you checked Settings>>>>>Permalinks and see if you index.php/%postname%/

    Thanks for the help!

    This issue was that the host did not have a .htaccess file, so no mod_rewrite.

    After uploading the file, we’re in business!

    Does pathinfo permalink does not work without mod_rewrite in WP 3.3.1 as joomla does ? I have a shared host without mod_rewrite and want to use pretty permalinks with /index.php/… ?!

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