Well none of the suggestions worked for me. Actually most of them require me to have admin rights on the server which i don’t have.
This is godaddy shared hosting (deluxe) and it runs Windows Server 2003 and IIS 7.0.
Any other ideas? Thanks!
1. Create the file wp-404-handler.php in your base WordPress folder. (you can also download it here).
2. Set your sites 404 page to point to the wp-404-handler.php url. Most control panels at web hosts allow you to do this. If you’ve got the option to select between FILE and URL then choose URL.
3. Go to Options -> Permalinks in your WordPress admin page, and choose an appropriate structure for your links. Choose Custom with this pattern:
No .. unfortunately fu*king GODADDY doesn’t allow URL rewriting.
Can you imagine that they are suggesting me to buy dedicated server for this feature? I can’t fu*king believe !!! To buy dedicated server for just a BLOG? Insane !!!