Pages not updating wordpress

Scroll down and you will see your existing accounts.If you don’t know the password of any of your existing accounts, and you cannot see it in your c Panel, you can simply create a new FTP user.You can do this if you’re using a plugin or service and you face an unexpected bug/error. If you a migrating to a new server and you are getting issues, it is quite likely that your issues have to do with the FTP permissions of your .htaccess file.

Now go back to your site, and try to go to any of your posts and pages.They make the right content (that Word Press stores in a database) show up nicely depending on what “page” a visitor is on.Permalinks also keep your links looking nice and clean, rather than some long string of id numbers like: example.com/post.php? Note: If you’re looking to fix permalinks on a local development version of Word Press, you might want to check that you have the Rewrite Module function enabled in Apache on your local server software.Now go back to the permalink settings on your site and try to change the settings and save the changes once more. Time to check out the insides of your .htaccess file. If you have the W3TC plugin installed, your file should look more or less exactly the same as this: Even if you don’t, you should at least have the highlighted part in your .htaccess file.If you don’t, the easiest way to fix this, is to set the file permissions to 666, then reset the permalink settings, and then change your file permissions back to 644.

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