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Newbie is me: “Comment” on article not working

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  • Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    The installation is either in the wrong place, or your path (URI) as set is wrong.
    Find where the wordpress directory is on the server, and check that this is precisely the same as is set in Options.

    Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    Somewhere is a / that needs removing ….

    I’ve removed the extra “/” in Options, and confirmed the directory location on the web server, and I’m still getting the double url. Any other suggestions?
    TIA,
    Adrian

    I’ve looked throughout the “Options” settings and removed a couple of
    errant “/”s – I’m still having the same problem, e.g., when I clicked on on the
    “View site” button, instead of seeing the index.php page, I get a blank page with
    the following URL:
    http://www.itchycloud.net/wordpress/wp-admin/www.itchycloud.net/wordpress/index.php
    MY WEBSERVER DIRECTORY LOOKS LIKE THIS:
    itchycloud/wordpress/
    itchycloud/wordpress/wp-links/
    itchycloud/wordpress/wp-links/links-images/
    itchycloud/wordpress/wp-admin/
    itchycloud/wordpress/images/
    itchycloud/wordpress/b2-include/
    itchycloud/wordpress/b2-img/
    itchycloud/wordpress/b2-img/smilies/
    My folders are all set to chmod 755 – that’s correct, isn’t it?
    Thanks again,
    Adrian

    Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    I would guess that you have entered a uri as;
    www.
    and not as it should be;
    http://
    This error looks the same as one you can generate in the Links manager. If you enter a link with www. as the start, the link will look like yours (it appends it to your site address) whereas if it starts with http://, it knows to look outside.

    Adding “http://” worked worked worked – thank you thank you thank you.
    You MIGHT think after 10 years of playing on
    the web that I would get my URIs right…you might…
    Adrian HappyFace

    Mark (podz)
    Support Maven

    @podz

    LOL !! We *all* make those errors – it’s what makes it fun at times 🙂

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