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Blog's Custom Pages...

Posted 03-20-2016 at 09:31 PM by KGIII

It turns out, the blog's custom pages do not seem to work. Oh, I wrote 'em. I split 'em up to meet the 2500 character rule. I even made an "about me" page, which seemed a bit pretentious but I was wanting to test the system and could think of nothing better to do.

Fortunately, I type pretty quickly and it's not actually bothersome to see the work go to waste. But, maybe this will be noticed and someone will tell me why the URLs look right but they redirect to someone else's blog. There are four parts, each numbered and entitled "About KGIII." I can see 'em on the left. I've no idea where a visitor will see them.

As mentioned in the first blog post, I used to do some work with SMF and I was curious about how this system worked and how well it worked. At this point, I'm thinking not very well BUT there's a good chance that I'm missing something. I added custom pages, selected where they belong, and even gave them an order number. They redirect.

Example link:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-kgiii-part-1/

Even in a new browser/private browser it redirects to:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...sword-reset-1/

I'm thinking that I'm missing something or that something is broken. I'll keep looking around. ;-)

David
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