Is the navigation static? Then look in header.php.
Otherwise search your db for ‘localhost’ or ‘127.0.0.1’ to see if there’s anything unchanged left.
Thanks for the help,
I juste checked my db, no traces of localhost or 127.0.0.1 left.
How can I know if my navigation is static?
It’s generated by the theme and wordpress if that’s what it means, so I guess it’s dynamic.
Any other idea?
When you generated the navigation in wp admin it’s not static.
Where do the links point to and where should they point to?
My permalinks look okay, they point to te folder where index.php lies /’name of the page’ wich worked in local.
I tried creating a new page in order to see if the problem would persist, and it does, even new pages have bad links in them.
What could it be?
Thanks again for the help.
sometimes, you just have to regenerate permalinks to fix things.
save back to default, test your site, save back to custom
I don’t understand your reply…? permalinks is not the settings in general settings
Its the settings in your permalinks menu….. they don’t point to any folder…
Ho, I thought you were refering to the permalinks shown when you edit a page, my bad.
I changed the permalinks to default, it worked.
I changed back to the month and name setting, the one I want, and it tells me to update my .htaccess file.
How do I do that?
Thanks for your answers
hmm… well, usually the .htaccess file is writeable, but not for you unfortunately.
Either use ftp software (I use filezilla) to get on your host to edit the file
or hopefully your host offers some sort of file manager, most do these days.
the .htaccess is in the wordpress root. so if you installed wordpress to root (public_html, html, etc) the .htaccess file is/goes there
I edited and uploaded the .htacess file on the server, but the links still won’t work.
What could it possibly want more?
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