Change main pages redirect
I recently installed wordpress on my own server and I have chosen Graphene as the theme. My website is served on http://mydomain/wordpress/ (note the trailing slash) using nginX but I found out that, at the top of the page, after the heading with the title, there is a line with the name of the pages. There, I have “Home” and “Sample page”. Then, the problem I have is that the “Home” page links to http://mydomain/wordpress (without the trailing slash) so, nginX gives me a 404 error.
What can I do to solve this? Where can I change the redirection of the “Home” button? I tried to find where to edit something but I don’t have much knowledge of PHP, but if someone can tell me where this redirection is found, I could be able to edit the file myself.
Thanks in advance.
I’m talking about the “Inici” button (Home in English).
When you click Inici, the link takes you to mydomain/wordpress (without the trailing slash at the end) when it should point to mydomain/wordpress/
That’s why I think it would be easier to solve it by changing some php files with the WordPress editor…
Thank you for your attention.
EDIT: it also redirects me to an https, even if i’m connected through plain http.
OH MY GOD. Sorry for the stupidity… As Einstein said,Quote:there are two infinite things: human stupidity and the Universe; and I’m not sure about the former.
I’m a newbie and I couldn’t find how to add things to a custom menu. So I created a custom menu to link the different pages I have in mind to add: About me, about the blog… Now I did it and it works with custom links with custom labels.
With the default menu, it would be easier to add links to different pages since I think that is done automatically, but I don’t mind if I have to add manually after creating these pages…
I’m facing a new problem now. The link of the title of the blog also redirects to mydomain/wordpress (without trailing slash) that gives me a 404 since I need the trailing slash to access the site correctly. Is there any way to change this link’s behaviour?
Thanks Kenneth! Even that I couldn’t resolve the problem as you said, I appreciate your support.
To get that working I made a little “cheat”: I have made the title and subtitle of my page as hidden and the header image has the text written in it (so I uploaded an image with the text embedded). So there is not any link on the title, and so, I don’t have this problem anymore.
Now, I have noticed that, when I ask for an inexistent page, I get the nginX default 404 error, not the graphene theme one. This might be offtopic and I should open another thread, but maybe it’s easy stuff for you and you could give me a hand.
EDIT: I found that, actually, the 404.php page appears but it fastly reloads and goes to the default nginx one.
Thanks for your attention!
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