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    My website is http://web.guru99.com/

    1. Open the website web.guru99.com

    2. Click on PHP tutorial link in the top left of the web page

    3. Click on the tutorial 1 link “What is PHP, First PHP program”

    4. Check for the link “You are here: Home / PHP / WHAT IS PHP, FIRST PHP Program” in the top left of the tutorial 1 page

    5. Click on the PHP hyperlink (Middle)

    6. Now webpage http://web.guru99.com/category/php/ is opened

    7. Click on the recent tab in the right side of the page

    8. Click on the first link in the recent tab

    9. Click on the back button in the browser

    10.Click on Answers link in the recent tab

    Actual Result:

    Links are broken . Error 404: Page not found error is displayed

    Expected Result:

    There should not be any broken links

    For more information please see this picture – http://imgur.com/ijXby7s

    So how can i fixed it

    Please help

    #138968

    Hi!

    I can’t reproduce the issue on my test server. Please create me a wordpress admin account and send me the login data to: (Email address hidden if logged out) – I’ll look into it.

    Regards,

    Peter

    #138969

    Hey dude i have mail you access of my admin panel. please look out and help me with that

    #138970

    Hi,

    I couldn’t find this post in the standard blog query and I thought it’s maybe a hidden post registered by a plugin but it didn’t disappear when I deactivated all plugins. I now solved it with a little hack. I replace following code in /framework/php/class-framework-widgets.php

    echo '<ul class="news-wrap">';
    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post();

    $format = "";
    if(get_post_type() != 'post') $format = get_post_type();

    with

    echo '<ul class="news-wrap">';
    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post();

    if(get_the_title() == '' && get_the_excerpt() == '') continue;

    $format = "";
    if(get_post_type() != 'post') $format = get_post_type();

    Basically it will skip all posts which do not contain an excerpt text and a title.

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