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@vapvarun As I have already mentioned, changing permalinks to the /%postname%/ option does nothing to remedy my situation.
Perhaps this will help to identify my problem.
The Registration link on my homepage points to ‘MySite.com/register/’. When I create a Register page for Buddypress under Dashboard>Pages, WP creates the registration page with an address of ‘MySite.com/index.php/register/’.
Buddypress is not automatically connecting with any of the new pages which I have read that I should create for it.
I’m hoping someone can steer me in the right direction to solve this problem.
Does Buddypress assume that WordPress is installed in the /var/www/html directory?
I forgot to list the apache rewrite_mod above, but it is also installed.
Buddypress instructions say to ‘AllowOverride all’ to the folder containing htaccess, however, using these instructions https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/wordpress.html as a base, I set ‘Allowoverride all’ to my /usr/share/wordpress directory. htaccess is located in /etc/wordpress. Could this be the problem? and If so, how would I correct it?
Thank you for your time.
I stand corrected. It did change something.
The plugins ‘Theme My Login’ and ‘Force Login’ will no longer work with my site, since making this change. They both cause 404 errors now, as well.