Browsing Category

Wordpress .htaccess

Redirect a large number of 404 pages

I have a large number of 404’s due to a site structure design change that need redirecting. Can someone tell me how I can do

Rewriting URL with htaccess

I am trying to rewrite the url to my wordpress theme folder as so: Actual URL: Trying to rewrite to: Here is what

Css not loading on mobile browsers

I had a website hacked a while back and I’ve been cleaning out the server, changing / updating things, changing passwords etc and one of

WordPress links/site title won’t work

I have one WordPress installation at, and a test site at The standard site works fine, but the links on my test site

WordPress redirect to static index.html page while keeping sub-pages intact? [closed]

WordPress newbie here and building on this, I have a similar problem to the question asked here: under construction page on index while working with

htaccess rewriterule. I don’t want all of them rewritten – How to exclude some pages?

My htaccess is as follows: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^moreinfo/(.*)$$1 [R=301] RewriteRule ^healthsolutions/(.*)$$1 [R=301] RewriteRule ^(.*).html$ $1/ [R=301] RewriteRule ^(.*).htm$ $1/ [R=301]

Broken Links .htaccess issue

I checked my WordPress theme on broken link checker website and its giving me a list of broken URLs. See: ( parent page:

Redirecting URL using .htaccess

I have a WordPress website and some link checker plugins are reporting all the links broken in same way. Just have a look: (

Tracing Word Press processes

Before I get bombarded with RTFMs, I did google this, but all I got was tutorials on how to install themes. I have to change

Back to Top 145132 wordpress questions, 32 Wordpress answers.
Wordpress related, All rights reserved
Powered by Creative Advertising