404 errors can pop up from time to time due to how complex WordPress is behind the scenes. These errors can make it seem like your site is completely gone but you don’t have to worry we have helped many users work through removing this error. In this video we will show you how to fix your WordPress posts returning the 404 error.
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Summary of this tutorial:
The first thing we can say when this happens is don’t panic this is something that can happen and is fixable.
The primary step for this will be to log in to your WordPress site and under Settings, Permalinks and pressing the save button again.
If that method did not work, we would recommend using a FTP program to be able to edit your site’s .htaccess file directly.
If you do no know what a FTP program is we would recommend taking a look at our article:
Download your site’s .htaccess file and open it to edit, we will add our recommended code snippet from the written article and save our changes.
With the changes saved you will now reupload the file, overwriting the old file with your changes.
You should now no longer have the 404 errors on your posts.