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  • Resolved Tammy Hart


    I installed an set up a blog completely error free in a sub directory. Then when I set the blog to display when typing in my root address, some pages are now going 404 on me. I followed all of the steps in “Giving WordPress It’s Own Directry” like I’ve done several times before.

    What is really weird is that some pages work, like and some pages don’t, like

    All pages worked when they were in “core”:

    Of course they work fine like and sadly they work with

    The website in question is here:
    The pages that don’t work are Appraisal, and Resources, and a few of the blog posts that are in the category “Newsletter”.

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  • Okay, a new development in the investigation. Not sure to explain this, or what kind of setting is creating this problem = WordPress Page = 404 = Old page = does NOT physically exist according to the ftp I’m looking at.

    Moderator James Huff


    Volunteer Moderator 🚀

    Try saving your permalinks again in Settings/Permalinks. If WordPress cannot automatically edit the .htaccess file, it will provide manual instructions after saving.

    Sorry, this was a server issue, not a WordPress issue.

    Hello Tammy – I am running into a similar issue and believe it is also a server issue. Can you tell me what you did to correct this? I am creating a copy of a live site locally using XAMPP. I can get the site to show up, but run into the 404 when I try to navigate around my site on my local dev server.

    I’m sorry, I don’t even remember now. It had something to do with some redirection settings the client had on their server.

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