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  • I installed a nightly this weekend. I’ve been trying to play around with the new “pages” feature. However, I can’t seem to find where my page is. (The “manage” section says it’s at http://www.myirony.com/about-myirony/ but I get a 404.)

    Is this not fully supported yet? Or have I just missed something obvious? (Wouldn’t be the first time.)

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  • It’s stored in your database and is dynamically created when it is requested via a click of a hyperlink.

    As far as the 404 goes, it could be a bug in the nightly, I guess. Have you put any content into the page?

    I have this same issue – but it looks to be a design feature. Every ‘Page’ you create gets a new line entry in the .htaccess file. By default, your .htaccess file is not writable by the server.

    Copy the current permalink code from the permalink options page into your .htaccess file and you should be able to see the page.

    Thanks! I made htaccess writable and resaved the page and it works now.

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