Monthly Archives: July 2016

Self-Hosted WordPress Permalink Problems – Solve Database Issues

Finally, if you are still here it means that you properly applied point 1 to 3 of the checklist and you are still experiencing problems with permalink. I have one last point that you should check out. Sometimes WordPress does … Continue reading

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Self-Hosted WordPress Permalink Problems – set AllowOverride all

WordPress uses .htaccess to manipulate how Apache serves files from its root directory, and subdirectories thereof. Most notably, WP modifies this file to be able to handle pretty permalinks. However, Apache must allow the use of .htaccess files in order … Continue reading

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Self-Hosted WordPress Permalink Problems – .htaccess permissions

In case you .htaccess exists and is placed in the right directory you should check if it has the right permissions and if the right user owns it. The right user should be your linux user handling WordPress. On Debian … Continue reading

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Self-Hosted WordPress Permalink Problems – .htaccess exits

The first thing one should check is if the file .htaccess exists in the root directory of the site (/var/www/html in my case). The root directory of your site should contain a file index.php, in the same folder there should … Continue reading

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Self-Hosted WordPress Permalink Problems

Permalink problems can be a very annoying. The following post presents a guideline to fix the problem in a systematical way. Specifically, the post refers to the problem that pages, sites and posts of a self-hosted WordPress blog become inaccessible … Continue reading

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