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thenarrowshoe April 25th, 2013 05:37 PM

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Hi Eric,

You mentioned in your response to my question yesterday that the permalinks might be the issue for the links not working properly.

Right now mine are set to custom: /%year%/%month%/%postname%

In your post you wrote something about "%month%" parameter of the URL.


Hostgator is telling me there is nothing wrong with them. Does that make sense to you? Should the custom parameter be set the way you have it? I'm so frustrated with this and no one seems to know how to help me. I've contacted Hostgator, the site associated with featured content plug-in -- they weren't much help and the plug-in designer hasn't updated it in three years. I don't know whether to delete it and install a different plug-in or if this is even the issue. Or does it make sense to have someone recreate the site for me in a newer version of the Lifestyle theme.

You probably don't have the answers either. Sorry to blab on. But if you have any additional thoughts I'd appreciate it.

Thanks.

Eric April 25th, 2013 05:54 PM

Hi,

I think you need %monthnum% instead of %month%.

Eric

1800HART April 25th, 2013 09:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Eric (Post 41737)
Hi,

I think you need %monthnum% instead of %month%.

Eric

Yep ... the "custom" structure in the permalinks section should definitely be that ..

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/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%/

thenarrowshoe April 25th, 2013 10:48 PM

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Originally Posted by 1800HART (Post 41740)
Yep ... the "custom" structure in the permalinks section should definitely be that ..

Thank you Eric and 1800HART. Now I've got one image back but it's not scrolling and the featured text isn't there. Aarrrrgh! What should I do now?

Thanks!

Eric April 26th, 2013 12:03 AM

Sorry, I'm not sure what's up with your slider...


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