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  • Hi sachiinfotech,

    index.php if a file, not a folder, so you shouldn’t expect to link through index.php/members. The issue looks more like a Permalinks issue. Have you tried changing your Permalinks to something different, saving the changes, then changing back to your current Permalinks settings?

    Let me know if this helps!

    Hi Christi,

    Thanks for your email. I think i didn’t explained the problem clearly.

    We are getting 404 when you browse the URL :

    Whereas if you type in manually like, we were able to browse the page.

    Your help is appreciated.


    Hi sachiinfotech,

    It looks like either you have named a folder index.php or you have something going on in your .htaccess file that is affecting your URLs. I would still advise trying to reset your Permalinks with the steps provided above. You may also want to check your Site URL as well, as just going to your domain also results in a page not found error:

    Hope this helps!

    sachiinfotech, Are you sitting in a Windows server? If yes, have you tried ISAPI rewrite rules? However, as far as I know, it is not possible to remove index.php when rewriting. Am I right?

    Thanks for your help. Yes we hosted with Windows Server 2003. I have tried ISAPI and its not working still.

    Here is the issue in detail:

    I have installed WordPress and it worked perfectly. When i installed BuddyPress and the link between the links are no more working.

    Please advise.

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