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Missing…everything

  • tkennedy
    Member

    @tkennedy

    Okay, I’m new to WordPress and I seem to have misplaced my archives…and everything else. My template has a link to my archives, permalinks, categories and syndication, and no matter which one I click on, I get a “this page cannot be displayed” error. The main page displays fine and I can get to the wp-admin section without any trouble and everything there works. Does anyone have any suggestions? As far as directory structure goes, nothing has changed since I installed WP. Any suggestions??

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  • Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    If it’s the blog linked from your name, it appears to be working just fine.
    Ask your host if they have made any changes.
    Have you checked – using ftp – that all your files are there ?

    Anonymous

    Actually, the url is http://www.wp.justwords.us. =) I’m still working on the WordPress version.

    Anonymous

    Oh, and to ask another stupid question. What would I look for in my directory structure? The “archives” and “feed/rss2/” folders are virtual folders, right? I won’t see them in my directory structure….. Please correct me if I’m wrong. Like I’ve been saying, I’m new to WordPress. =)

    tkennedy
    Member

    @tkennedy

    Okay, I figured out what the problem was and it had to do with out my permalinks were setup.
    I was trying to use:
    /archives/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
    and when I did, it would break every WP generated link on my page (categories, trackbacks, comments etc).
    I also tried
    /index.php/archives/%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
    and the pages generatei, but for some reason the style sheet isn’t loaded so all my formatting is lost.
    Am I just doing something wrong?

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