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  • SilverBlue


    I’ve got the theme running on a test blog and my regular blog

    Both are WordPress 2.0.1.

    If you click on the “Complete Archives” link under the calendar, on the test blog it takes you to the proper page.

    On the real blog it errors out.

    The plug in has been installed for both (to handle the “fake 404”) and neither would work until I created a page for “Complete Archives”.

    Contacted the author who (1) told me to read the README file (which I already had done, it didn’t make it work), (2) tell me that I should not have created the page and (3) told me “You’re supposed to fix the PHP in the plugin, because it *fakes* the mythical, non-existant ‘archives’ page.”

    Guys, I know less about PHP than I know what goes on under the hood of my car.

    What the HECK does “fix the PHP in the plugin” mean? It finds the correct file paths, what more needs to be done?

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  • SilverBlue


    No one has any ideas on what may be happening here? I’m not understanding how to make the blasted plugin work properly. Obviously, it’s throwing an error that causes the directorylist.php to return the “Direct Access to this page is not allowed” error. I just can’t understand why it works on the test blog and not on the wp blog.

    I’ve turned off all the other plugins to check to see if one may be causing a conflict, but that didn’t help either.



    Well, version 1.3.2 of the theme solves these issues 🙂

    Oh, the archives page problem persists in version 1.5.3. I found myself hit by the bug, and there’s no easy fix for now.

    For the time being, those of you who don’t have the archives page, create a page with a slug named “archives” and select “Archives” as its page template.

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