sub-page structure broken by 2.5 update
|Reported by:||bitethemailman||Owned by:|
|Component:||General||Keywords:||permalinks uri htaccess broken slug|
Our permalink structure is as follows: site.com/info/%postname% for the front page blog, and site.com/%postname%/[child] and so on. We generate our links with wp_list_pages. In 2.3.2, these worked just fine. Now, a single top-level branch of our page hierarchy (oddly, however, not the rest of them) has been rendered useless. We think it has something to do with .htaccess, but also due to a suspicious-looking new array tucked away deep into wp_options, "page_uris". Changing the slug of the broken pages to something different or to the WP default numbering is a workaround, but changing it back broke it again. When a broken link is clicked on, the correct URL appears in the address bar but the parent page is still displayed (e.g., I'm on /parent and I click on the link for /parent/child, the url for /parent/child is in the address bar but I'm still looking at /parent). I've combed the bug database for clues but found nothing that seemed close to what is happening to us. any help!?
Change History (6)
comment:4 @bitethemailman — 7 years ago
- Resolution set to duplicate
- Status changed from new to closed