I have a baffling problem I’ve never encountered before.
I’m developing a new Wordpress website, doing almost everything I’ve done a dozen times before on the same server, but somehow I’m getting a 404 error when trying to view Posts. And only posts. Pages work fine. And here’s the baffling part, it’s different across the browsers! Why should a server configuration error be browser-specific?
It seems I could view my single Posts just fine on Firefox, but on Internet Explorer, Chrome and Android Mobile, I’m getting the 404s.
I have a single.php file made.
I tried uploading the site to a different server. I tried re-saving the Permalinks settings inside of Wordpress. I tried manually deleting and retyping the .htaccess file. I tried copying a working .htaccess file from another website.
For this website I’m using Posts in a different way than I’m used to; Which is all of the Posts represent upcoming events and therefore have future dates.
Therefore, when trying to view a single Post that Wordpress thinks is scheduled (therefore not yet published) while not logged in, it’d return a 404 error. The reason it’s been showing on Firefox? I’m logged into Wordpress on Firefox.
So now what I really need to figure out is how to force Wordpress to display those schedules Posts![/FONT]
[FONT=Georgia]It’s a website about hiking and to make things more user-friendly for the administrator, I renamed ‘Posts’ to ‘Hikes’ and wanted to use the publish date as the date for when the events are carded.
I’d originally found a way to make wp_query display links to the future posts like this:[/FONT]