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Posted on 2012-03-11
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After adding a new page to my website, I began to get a   "Not Found - Apologies, but the page you requested could not be found. Perhaps searching will help."

 When I view the site. Also my "HOME" tab appeares as "HOMES". I can't locate the "HOMES" page per the tab. How do I proceed?

www.chicagoheightsalumni.com
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Question by:DrEddieS
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by:DrDamnit
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All the tabs appear to work for me.

The "Homes" issue is probably correctable under Appearance > Menu in the dashboard. You probably added the tab as "HOMES" instead of "HOME."
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Alicia St Rose earned 500 total points
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Hi What version of Wordpress are you using?

If it's not the latest one, you need to go into Settings>Permalinks
Tick custom and add this into the field: %/postname/%

That should fix things. It's your permalink structure that's not working.
Also, you may not have the latest Wordpress installed, because the latest version (3.3.1) has this permalink structure by default.

Update your Wordpress. If you don't you may easily get hacked. Anything that needs to be updated needs to be done so as soon as possible.
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Had to reinstall my site , then upgraded to 3.3.1
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