I've got a client who has a page that is a child under a parent page that, when you try and navigate to it, throws you to the home page. Other child pages work fine.
I've tried everything and am now looking for guidance.
The page slug is "chicago". There is a tag with the same slug but flipping that to "chicago-tag" didn't do anything, which it shouldn't have since the current record is a page and not a post.
When I look at the network traffic in Firebug I see the page coming back as a 307 temporary redirect and then am sent to the main domain. When I try and go to the specific page (?page_id=) I see the 301 pushing to the pretty permalink and then, again, the 307 and the homepage with a 200.
If I change the slug on the page to something else it works fine. So, where can this redirect be hiding? It's not in the .htaccess and I've disabled all plugins (on my local instance). I've also saved the Permalinks settings to try and rebuild that.
The specific page is as follows:
Note, the other destination guides resolve properly, for example,
One last note, when I tried going to the tags archive page for the "chicago" tag it also was redirecting, so, I change the tag slug to "chicago-tag".