There’s something weird going on with my URL structure. WordPress is putting a slash after “index.php” and it’s making a mess of everything. For instance, individual pages get tagged as “index.php/?page_id=1” and I get a “no input file specified.” If I take the slash out manually, fine, but otherwise, every link on the site is non-functional.
This is my first effort with WP, so I’m struggling with the parameters. I can’t find *anything* in the “manage” tabs that looks like it would help. Changing the permalink structure doesn’t help, either, but I might be doing that wrong, too — does the .htaccess file go in the root of the WP directory or the actual blog directory? When I change *back* to the default permalink structure, it tells me I should change my .htaccess now, but doesn’t say to *what*, and various bits of the documentation tell me that my version of WP should do that by itself.
Is there a template file somewhere for the main page that controls the URL structure? Somebody throw me a bone here, this is really irritating. Site is http://www.soccercentraltime.com
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