jakbeas — 2013-02-06T22:46:06-05:00 — #1
Have a real situation I need some advise and assistance with. One of my sites is having a problem getting 404 errors on a daily basis. It's a wordpress site and a fix I've found (temporary) is go re-save my permanent link.
Until I do this the only page I can view is the home page and the rest of my site comes up 404 error.
The permalink setting is a custom structure: /%postname%/39%post_id%/
I've read somewhere that it could be a plug-in but I don't know if that's is true. How do I test each plug-in
I mean can I deactive each plug-in and some how recreate the problem. Or is it possible to test each deactivation.
Wish I could provide a better way of explaining myself.
I'm probably not providing enough information but if someone can help or need some additional
information please let me know.
guido2004 — 2013-02-07T02:15:23-05:00 — #2
If you think it could be a plugin, start deactivating them one by one (possibly starting from the latest added plugin) and see if the problem continues.
supportivehands — 2013-02-13T14:27:52-05:00 — #3
I guess you are on Windows hosting. I also experienced it once. You need a web.config file with specific values. It will fix your all issues.
ravmeister — 2013-03-16T15:54:10-04:00 — #4
Sometimes "Mod Security" on your server can cause false-positives and break things. Check with your web host about this and have them whitelist specific URL's if necessary.