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[Plugin: Blubrry PowerPress Podcasting plugin] URL Conflict

  • Cameron Malek
    Member

    @cameronmalek

    There’s some weird problem with URLs that happened after upgrading to WordPress 3.3

    First, my page at url /barmy would load the password protected feed previously only available at /feed/barmy

    To fix this, I deactivated PowerPress, reset my wordpress permalink settings (changed from /%category%/%postname%/ to the first radio button option, save, then revert it back again and save), then reactivated powerpress, which leads to a new problem:

    Now, going to /feed/rbr goes to a post with a permalink that begins with rbr, but isn’t identical; going to /feed/barmy redirects to the page at /barmy. What can I do to fix this? Is this a bug that’s being worked on?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/powerpress/

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  • Cameron Malek
    Member

    @cameronmalek

    Fixed! All I had to do, with the plugin enabled, is go to the permalinks settings page and click save to re-enable the settings I wanted.

    Cameron Malek
    Member

    @cameronmalek

    Not fixed! With 3.3, it seems that either the feed loads when going to the page’s permalink (/barmy) or the feeds both redirect to pages/posts instead of loading the feed when going to /feed/barmy, for example.

    Plugin Author Angelo Mandato
    Participant

    @amandato

    We provide 24 hour turn around support for PowerPress at the blubrry.com forums, forum.blubrry.com.

    If you have a page, post or category using the slug name ‘podcast’, then you will have this problem. To fix, go into PowerPress Settings > General Settings tab to the bottom option labeled “Podcast Permalinks” and select “Match Feed Name to Page/Category”.

    If you don’t have a page/post/category with the slug name ‘podcast’, then most likely you have some sort of WP caching plugin that is messing things up. Disabling plugins/themes until you figure out the cause is the only easy solution in this case.

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