Bye Bye “Almost Pretty” Permalinks!
Permalinks are the permanent URLs to your individual weblog posts, as well as categories and other lists of weblog postings. “Pretty” Permalinks is the idea that URLs are frequently visible to the people who click them, and should therefore be crafted in such a way that they make sense, and not be filled with incomprehensible parameters.
After too much googling, I finally got pretty permalinks working in wordpress. Turns out the
mod_rewrite module must be enabled in apache. How is this done in CentOS?
Simply edit your
httpd.conf file which is usually found in
under the section beginning with:
Once done regenerate your
.htaccess file by saving your desired permalink setting in
Settings->Permalinks in your wordpress dashboard. Now your permalinks should be working!
It is assumed that the
mod_rewrite module is loaded in apache which was done by default for me and that
RewriteEngine On was included in your