Example, click on "Page 2" >> http://bit.ly/vUucRi
I disabled all Plugins but still get same result. Any thoughts?
Try to flush the permalinks. Go to Settings > Permalinks and click the "Save" button. Then reload/refresh the permalinks settings page again.
Flushing the permalinks did not correct. But here is what did to make it work:
1. I originally had permalinks set to [Custom = /%year%/] ,
2. But pagination was returning a Error 404
3. I flushed the permalinks by clicking "save", then refreshed, pagination still not working.
4. I then reset permalinks back to "Default", "save", refreshed, then pagination worked :)
5. However, when I try to use any setting other than "Default", then pagination again returns Error 404.
I will leave it set to "Default" so it works, but if you come across a fix so I can use "Custom" permalinks again that would be great, as I would prefer this option for better SEO.
Please try a permalink structure like: /%category%/%postname%
I have the same problem. I tried the permalink structure like /%category%/%postname% and the pagination again returns Error 404. Any other idea ?
I have the same problem. I tried the permalink structure like /%category%/%postname% and the pagination again returns Error 404
I followed your advise, Dude, but it's not fixing the issue. I'm having it with the Propulsion theme but didn't want to create yet another post about portfolio pagination...
Any ideas on how to fix this?
same problem here. any fix out?
This sounds like wp doesn't modify the htaccess file (properly). Basically it should do this automatically if you save the permalink structure but some hosters seem to have problems with this feature (permission problems, user rights, etc.). In this case you need to modfy the htaccess file manually: http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks#Fixing_.htaccess_Generation_Issues and http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks#Using_.22Pretty.22_permalinks
Thanks for the tip, Dude. I'll try that out today.
Also to note on this issue, if you are running on a windows server vs. linux, you will run into some even more complex issues and just working from within wordpress won't allow you to solve the permalinks issues. The links provided by Dude will help, but if you aren't aware of what you are running the site on it would be a good idea to double check to make sure the .htaccess issues apply to you.
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