It’s a windows (iis) server and the index.php is a default wordpress functionality.
Just look at the permalink structure of wordpress and you’ll see it!
but still the problem isn’t resolved…
So anyone any tips?
It seems like the buddypress links like : activity & members forget to use /index.php/ before of their links.
when i type it before it they simply work.
How can i fix this?
@hnla Question : What post from reffering to with “Secondly scroll back up to mercims post and the link to the sort of detail you might need to provide the community in order that accurate help may be offered.” As i can’t find it?
Question2: I installed it on a subdomein but in subdir mode. I did all the steps to create a network but the…[Read more]
Got the same problem. didn’t had any problems with older WP installs.
Now i’ve got :
Fresh wp3.0 install
Activated Network (MU environment)
Installed BuddyPress via automatic plugin search function.
And now i’ve got 404’s on allmost all links : http://wp3.vergetest.nl/
the about section is working perfectly …
Any news on this issue?
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