Here's a strange one. I've been developing a site, including a custom template that I originally worked up from the functionality of the Naked theme. The site has no public blog at the moment; the use of WordPress here was for the sake of content management of pages as well as the use of numerous plugins. Nonetheless, I wnat to "plan in" the flexibility of being able to add a blog down the road, so have been prepping the template and admin for that.
Along the way, however, I've run into strangeness. I've got the look pretty much how I want it, and the individual posts and even monthly archives display fine. Actually, the main blog archive displays okay too, with one exception: It generates a Page not found title (and I do mean HTML title, displayed in your browser tab, not a heading) even though the page obviously is working.
The permalink structure is
example.com/blog/%postname%/ but note of course that the actual site home page is not the blog, but a so-called WordPress "static" page.
The problem I'm talking about concerns the page that collates all the posts in order, which is located at
Anyone encountered anything like this? I'm wondering if it's a leftover from the fact that I changed the permalink structure, since the actual WordPress installation has been around awhile. However, I deleted all the old posts....
In the General Settings, both the WordPress address and the Site Address are set simply to the domain name. Does one of these need to be altered, and if so, will it mess up my page addresses? I want them to remain
example/pagename/ as they currently are.
Is there something else I need to do to properly generate the main blog archive page so that it has the proper title? I wouldn't think so, since the monthly archive page doesn't have the issue ... I'm grasping at straws a bit, and frankly the issue is such that I hardly know what keywords to use to search for an answer.