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  1. gothelin
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I'm very new to wordpress, but have been diligently playing with it to breaking point, apparently! :) I'm using WP 1.5.1.1, Apache version 1.3.33, Kernel version 2.4.30-grsec, etc. .htaccess is at permission 666. I've imported entries from textpattern (which is just an appalling system for bloggers) and had problems with the dates published being incorrect, but of course that was easily modified.

    My current problem is that since I imported from textpattern, when I click on a permalink it simply displays what is essentially the index page, but with the permalink address in the address bar - even when clicking on the permalink for entries that weren't imported. I've tried updating the permalinks, but this hasn't helped.

    If anyone can shed any light on how I can make permalinks behave properly again, I would be eternally grateful! For reference the site I'm talking about is at http://www.ielaborate.info if that helps at all.

    Thanks!
    Carla

  2. gothelin
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Do I need to post more information or is it just that noone here knows how to fix the problem (yes I read the post on bumping)?

  3. Daven
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I had a problem with that for a bit. But I discovered that the javascript that forced the frames of my site to load around the page was defaulting to the most recent post I had put up.

    I don't know if that is your problem, but you may wish to check your "onLoad" scripts to make sure they aren't reloading the page selected . If that is the case, the solution is simple, turn that script off for the default index.php page of WordPress.

  4. gothelin
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Daven - I'm not sure what javascript you mean. I don't have frames on my site. I haven't added any javascript to my pages, so I don't think that that is the problem. Thank you for helping out though. :)

    The strangest thing is that this problem happens no matter which template I use - including the default and classic templates, so it doesn't appear to be a template-specific problem. I have even installed a new version of WP (1.5.1.2) over the old version (1.5.1.1) and the problem still exists. The only way I've found to fix the problem is to not have permalinks - which isn't a solution.

    Any other thoughts?

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