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comment How can I resolve a .htaccess internal server error setting up a WordPress multisite?
You need to setup a different .htaccess file for a multi-site install than for a single site install. Try backing up the contents of you .htaccess file, removing the file, and then logging into the admin. There is a part of the config that gives you the .htaccess file to use; don't have it handy right at the moment.
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comment Are there any hooks that alter the 404 logic?
What I was looking for was a way to change the definition of what pages are "wrong". The site I'm building has a blog component, but that's not all the site is. I'm using Wordpress tags both to display Wordpress posts, and pull up additional content via the plugin. I want to return a 200 status code if either a) there are posts or b) my plugin can find stuff to display that matches the tag. Thus the need to rewire the logic. Regardless, thank you for taking the time to write an answer -- sorry that my problem was weird enough to need a more involved answer :-)
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comment Are there any hooks that alter the 404 logic?
What I'm looking for is a way to alter the circumstances under which that 404 page gets triggered. Right now, if Wordpress can't find any posts matching a tag in the query vars, the 404 page appears. I'd like to drop in some additional code that ensures the 404 page only appears if Wordpress can't find any posts and my plugin can't find any supplemental information to display.
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