Hi I get this as well now after upgrading.
Initially i spotted it after my host moved me to a new server which had php as cgi and i had to change the htaccess file to add ExecCGI to get php to run. Then i upgraded the Feedwordpress pugin and everything was ok then the server crashed and after a restore it was ok then it crashed again. found out it was due to the Server APi being CGi was Apache. When apache averything worked, but when CGI not everything did including Feedwordpress. found a fix for Feedwordpress giving the 200 ok problem. Posted it on my blog. soemthing to do with returning the correct header status. http://www.coolwebpagetools.com/blog/posts/200-ok-document-has-moved-here-page-problem-with-wordpress/
However i noticed that while checking other links that the trackback link at the bottom of posts also gave same error and have tried to see if i could hack a wordpress file same as for Feedwordpress but cant really find what bit to change so in the end i just edited the template to remove the links at the bottom of posts. If anyone has an idea post a reply and i’ll try it.
Might have more time this weekend to play around. I have a test blog on the same server under another domain name which i can mess around with.
Perhaps I’m missing something here, but what are you expecting to happen when you click a trackback url? Trackback urls are for blogs to talk to other blogs. You either copy the link to another site’s posting form, or the software picks it up automatically.
I wouldn’t expect clicking the link to show anything very interesting at all…
It most certainly shouldn’t show a server generated page error. I am not expecting dancing girls and a light show… I am expecting it to go to the correct article URL and display that page like it does on most standard WordPress installations. I want it to work like it is supposed to. An apache 200 page error is NOT how it’s supposed to work.
This is a technical issue not a functional or aesthetic issue.
How come no one can come up with a sentient, cogent response to this question posed in a half dozen threads?