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What happens to sidebar links?

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  • “Not working” is rather vague. Can you say more, or even better provide a link to your site?

    Whenever I click the arhive related links, it says “404 page not found”. I wonder where there is an error.

    well is there an error? please check your webserver’s error logs to see.

    a link to your blog so we can see this would be helpful.

    You’re really not giving enough information to be helpful. If you’re clicking on a link we need to know what the url is that the link was supposed to go to and we need to know what the url is that the link actually takes us to. Saying you’re getting a 404 doesn’t really add much!

    Can we have a link to your site?

    Here’s the direct link: http://dvc.catholic.org.hk/blog/

    Thanks. And what’s your permalink structure?

    How do I find out the “permalink structure”?

    It’s in your settings. Log in to your admin section, click on “Options” and then “Permalinks”. Then take a look at what the settings are in there and report back. It’s possible that there’s a screwy setting there.

    Thanks. I figured that I HAVE to use the default setting, rather than my chosen option of “Date and name based”. Oh well…. at least it works as the default setting now. Tks.

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