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[Resolved] updating options produce 404 “Apache Server not found”

  • Dear all,

    my blog at “http://www.andreasorthen.de
    my wish: enable users to register themselves
    my doing: Using the function “Options” with subsections to customize it.
    my results: whenever updating it, the message is 404 – not found followed by “Apache server at: andreasorthen.goracer.de” – where goracer stands for the serviceprovider package I am running wp on.

    What can I do to enable the audience to view, read and comment on issues published on my blog?

    Many regards
    Andrew

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  • As part of your “audience” 🙂 – I can view, read your posts and Pages. For comments it asks me to register, but I never do that, so I couldn’t test it.

    Thank you moshu for simulating the “audience”. Although the 404 message remains still, it seems that the function in question are working now.

    For those experiencing similar things it may be a timelack involved before these changes get active. I don’t know why, but it works.

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