My web site is aloe-baby.com and currently the only two pages that display properly are my home page and my blog page. These also happen to be the only two pages that are in my custom menu, by the way, because my other pages are still under development in terms of their content and form. But almost all of my pages are “public” and “published,” just not linked to the home page.
So I have all these other pages. They’re searchable. For instance, you can search for “fan” and find:
Page for Facebook for people who are not yet fans. Continue reading →
But click that “Continue reading” link, and you’ll get:
This is somewhat embarrassing, isn’t it?
It seems we can’t find what you’re looking for. Perhaps searching, or one of the links below, can help.
In fact, typing in the address for the page (http://aloe-baby.com/fb-non-fans/) yields the same result. In Chrome, FF, and IE. In fact, all of my pages are like that. They’re there, they’re searchable, but they won’t come up. They won’t even preview. It’s true for all of these pages, which are public and published:
and half a dozen other pages.
I’ve tried changing themes. I have disabled all of my plug-ins. I am using name-based permalinks.