First of all I would like to thank Mike, the developer of the WordPress Download Monitor plugin, for the work he has put into it. I use it on my personal blog and it works like a charm.
The problem is I’m also using it on a website that, unlike my personal blog, does not have the WordPress files on the same URL as the blog address.
When I place the shortcode of a download in the editor and go check out the page, the download url is something like http://domain.com/wp/download/file.pdf (I’ve set up nice urls and updated the .htaccess file), I get the 404 page. Shouldn’t that nice url ommit the WordPress directory? I don’t know…
Has anyone encountered a problem like this or is it just me??
I’ve tried the same thing on another website I have with a similar setup and the problem persisted.
As I said, on my personal blog (that has all the WordPress files on the root) it works like a charm.
Please please please help me out!
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