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  • Check that AllowOverride is set to All (or Options All) in your httpd.conf

    In wordpress i do not have such file.
    Path to file http://rogozno.wlkp.net.pl/files/2013/02/copy-rogoznowlkp2.jpg
    He writes “picture can not be displayed because contains errors.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    The httpd.conf file isn’t a WordPress file. It’s the configuration file for your web server. The actual file name may be different depending on the server setup.

    He writes “picture can not be displayed because contains errors.

    That file cannot be displayed (most likely) because the rewrite rules are not working and your server is tossing 404 File not found errors.

    Shoe this topic to your host provider, the <Directory /> section of your config file for the WordPress directory needs this line in it.

    <Directory />
        AllowOverride All
    </Directory>

    There will probably be other config in that <Directory> section. Make sure you only add that one line if it’s missing.

    If you do edit any configuration files please make sure you make a backup copy first.

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