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  • #191504

    Hi there,

    Ever since updating to WP 3.7.1. I am running into a strange problem on my website: http://www.agamayoga.nl,

    When the WPML plugin is activated and I edit a dynamic template then there is suddenly a problem with the permalink structure.
    From then on, every page I visit on the website, gives a 404 page not found error..

    This is only the case when I set the permalink structure to “postname”. When using the default permalink structure
    there is no problem.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you

    Ben

    #191748

    Hi Ben!

    Please try this plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/rewrite-rules-inspector/

    Try to follow the steps here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/flush_rewrite_rules

    Cheers!
    Ismael

    #192153

    Hi Ismael,

    This solution does not seem to work.. What kind of input would you need to get clear what is the cause of the conflict?

    Thanx!

    Ben

    #192233

    I’ve been having the same problem with Propulsion and with Enfold, so this problem persists on several Kriesi themes for over a year. Problem starts after activating WPML and editing theme settings. A really awkward solution (which I can’t propose to my clients, so it’s not really a solution), which works only sometimes, is to deactivate and reactivate WPML and flush rewrite rules (e.g. using http://wordpress.org/plugins/rewrite-rules-inspector/).

    Kriesi offer some of the best themes out there, and I hope he’ll take a good look into this long running problem!

    Bye,
    Vinko

    #192281

    Hi Vinko,

    Thank you for your information..

    What is the response you received from the Kriesi support team?
    Since the themes are offered as WPML compatible..

    Salut!

    #192372

    This is the thread discussing the problem: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/permalink-page-not-found/

    Right now I’m building a website using Enfold theme and WPML and after all day of getting 404 (after installing WPML), for some reason it started working as it should. Maybe it’s because I flushed rewrite rules numerous times, maybe because I deactivated and reactivated plugins, maybe it’s because of:

    function save_button()
    		{
    			$output = '<span class="avia_style_wrap"><a href="#" class="avia_button avia_button_inactive avia_submit">Save all changes</a></span>';
    			flush_rewrite_rules( $hard ); /* I ADDED THIS HOPING FOR A QUICK FIX */
    			return $output;
    		}

    in framework/php/class-htmlhelper.php

    Whatever might be the reason it sometimes works or sometimes doesn’t work, it should be fixed. Since I’m not a programmer, I can’t offer any more help…

    Bye,
    Vinko

    #192855

    Hi!

    I’ll discuss this issue with Kriesi – maybe we can find a solution by replacing our permalink rewrite logic with the default WPML string management.

    Best regards,
    Peter

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