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Hi, I did that and haven’t received a response. I was hoping to get help here! I’ll send my email again.
I cannot get this to work in the free version – when I switch to “Import by Facebook Page” the space to enter the Page ID is not available and it says “Available in Pro.”
Hi, we are also having this issue. The links appear but they are not clickable. (Here’s an example: http://eportfolio.uga.edu/?s=motivation)
Katie – I’m not sure what you mean by find/replace – can you elaborate on how to fix this? Or has anyone else found a fix for this?
We are running WordPress 4.7.2, Zotpress 6.1.6
Thank you so much!
Yes! I changed the theme back to the custom theme. I really think this was plugin related, specifically a plug-in that was excluding a category. I’m off to find the right way to exclude a category from the blog posts page 🙂 thanks for all your help, Esmi, you set me in the right direction to fix this.
Do you mean now, or when I had the permalinks set to the default structure? It was a 404 for rachaelherron.com/blog, but rachaelherron.com still worked for me when the default permalink structure was on.
http://rachaelherron.com is bringing up the site fine for me now. and the links are working too. I promise the configuration is correct – I have checked it multiple times and it has been working for a long time.
Can you tell me what you’re seeing that makes you think there is an issue? I did all of those changes over a year ago and it’s been working fine until this nav issue. I followed the steps on the codex exactly.
Yes, they were copied, not moved, and the index.php that is now in the root folder has the correct path added.
the static front page url is rachaelherron.com
Akismet was not deactivated. I just deactivated it and the links are working now from the blog page. could that have caused the issue?
thanks for your help.
Front page is set to a static page called home, Posts page is set to blog.
I followed the instructions here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory under using a pre-existing subdirectory install.
I should add that the site has been running fine for a year or so – the nav issue is a new one.
Yes. it’s in a subfolder called wordpress.
This is the ugly permalink for the blog page: