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  • Resolved lrevans

    (@lrevans)


    When I hit “preview” or “publish” on a blog post, it takes me to an “Oops! Page not found!” page. This also occurs when I try to create new ads with a plugin. I don’t know if this is a WordPress.org issue or an AwesomePress theme issue. I don’t know much about building websites and I’m learning as I go. Thanks so much for your help!

    • This topic was modified 7 months ago by lrevans. Reason: The issue returned

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  • lrevans

    (@lrevans)

    Everything is suddenly fine. Sorry to bother you! It just corrected itself after a full hour of issues. Lol

    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by lrevans.
    • This reply was modified 7 months ago by lrevans.
    lrevans

    (@lrevans)

    Additional Information: It will let me preview from the “all posts” page in the dashboard, but when I click “edit” and try to save/publish/preview, it takes me to the “Oops! No Page found!” screen.

    aavion

    (@aavion)

    I’m having the exact same issue as of this morning all of a sudden. Posts are not generating permalinks it seems so I can’t save draft or publish posts. If I go to settings -> permalinks and try to save changes or make edits, I also get the “That page can’t be found” error.

    WordPress what did you do?!

    huffington

    (@huffington)

    The Publishing Tool Bar is in posts and pages similar with a few exceptions. In pages there is the function of
    “Page attributes” and unlike the posts you can as in the mentioned last chapters, determine a possible “contribution format” and the
    Subordinate posts into “categories”. Besides, you can in pages fundamentally also do not insert keywords.
    Also in the side processing you have the possibility of the
    view saved page in the frontend area before turning it on for visitors
    will be published.
    5.6.1. preview
    If you want to see the preview, then click in the
    Publishing bar next to “Save” on “Preview“.
    5.6.2. Publish
    If you like the post in the frontend area publish then
    Do this for the general public by clicking on the blue button
    “Publish”.
    The sidebar also changes in the backend of the page view. you
    no longer find the function “Save” but if you click on “Update”
    click, then this has the same role. Again, the button changes:
    “Preview” in “Preview the changes”

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