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    Default Successfully Published All Pages, but Not All Can Be Found

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    Everything was fine (other than the old website was still coming up on some computers; even after emptying cache, etc.). Then I decided to add another page. Now I'm getting a error message that almost none of the pages can be found. Here's what I've done:

    • Published all the pages; nothing in caps, no spaces between words
    • Checked my links; all are http:// - seems to be fine
    • Checked it in Chrome and Explorer
    • The only pages that can be found is the index and the product page; nothing else seems to work


    I've spent the last several hours trying to troubleshoot the issue, but I am stumped. I need some help. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Successfully Published All Pages, but Not All Can Be Found

    The links need to be EXACTLY like the various page addresses. You need to add ".html" as in www.website.com/pagename.html. (Most or all of your pages are html pages; if not then they will be .php pages.) The only exception to this rule is links to your index page: The link should be just like you have it in your post above--do not add "index" at all.
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    Smile Re: Successfully Published All Pages, but Not All Can Be Found

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Finley View Post
    The links need to be EXACTLY like the various page addresses. You need to add ".html" as in www.website.com/pagename.html. (Most or all of your pages are html pages; if not then they will be .php pages.) The only exception to this rule is links to your index page: The link should be just like you have it in your post above--do not add "index" at all.

    Thanks, Tom. That fixed the problem. Now the pages load faster, too.

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