Permalinks not working without Trailing Slash (3 posts)

  1. bgswm1
    Posted 9 years ago #

    A couple of weeks ago we moved our site over to GoDaddy hosting (Linux, Deluxe Plan). Ever since we did so, WordPress has seemed a little jacked up. Our Page, Category, archive, and Post permalinks do not work without the trailing slash.

    WORKS: http://www.gadgetell.com/2006/07/come-on-show-off-that-ipod-with-griffin%e2%80%99s-iclear/


    Ever since we moved over to GoDaddy, all URLs need to have a trailing slash or else they doesn't work.

    I've looked at my .htaccess file and it seems fine to me.

    Any ideas? Thanks!

  2. moshu
    Posted 9 years ago #

  3. I have had this problem for ages, and I think I just found the solution.

    Go to your web hosting configuration on GoDaddy, and find the "Add-On Languages" bit. Disable support for JSP/Servlets. Once that change takes effect, the trailing slash problem should go away.

    No, it makes no sense to me either. One of the weird oddities of GoDaddy hosting.

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