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Are you sure that you don't have a page with the same name of the custom post type? If you do, the permalink rewrite rules will get confused and trigger a 404. A very simple solution is: The page that lists the custom post types is called in plural (eg. products) and the actual post type name is in singular (eg. product). So they don't conflict and it's ...


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i found a solution with no use of htaccess but using the WP function wp_redirect. copy and past on functions.php function redirect_paginated_404() { if (is_404()) { $url = $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']; //read the url $search = '/page/'; //chose the word of the url if ( strpos( $url, $search ) !== false ) { //if i find the string /page/ ...


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Those are Apache .htaccess rewrite rules, but you have stated that you are on an Nginx server. Nginx does not use an .htaccess-like directory level file, much less does it use the .htaccess file itself.. You need to edit the server configuration itself. The Codex has a detail sample: # WordPress single blog rules. # Designed to be included in any server {} ...


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I had this same problem when I cloned my site to set up a development server - for me, it working by setting permalinks to ugly, saving, then setting them to pretty again, which rebuilt whatever had gone wrong in htaccess.


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Open the website with Web Developer tools or Browser inspection tools ( Firebug )etc and then Run "Console". Refresh your website and see the Ajax calls. Check the POST window in Ajax call to see action script. That'd tell you the exact function being called.


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This should not be a problem unless you've a same slug page / post in your TRASH somewhere. Check your Pages / Posts trash and see if you've "series" slug there? If not, try creating another page and see if its just a matter of the page name / slug or its happening with all pages in 3rd level.


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After checking phpinfo(), mod_rewrite wasn't enabled so I enabled it: http://linuxcommando.blogspot.fr/2014/03/how-to-enable-modrewrite-for-apache-web.html and it worked !


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select your wordpress database in phpmyadmin select table : options select Search tab and type "db_version" in option_name, and click to GO change option_value, A lower number (ex: 31533 -> 31532) go to http://yoursite.com/wp-admin/upgrade.php



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