Blog Page Links Broken

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No links on my blog pages are working - they are all generating a 404 not found message - Anybody had this problem before?

(I know I posted this already I just really really need an answer, Thanks.)
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Jim

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Posted 9 years ago

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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hi Jim

I'm sorry that you're having this problem. Do you mind sharing your site url so that we may investigate this further?
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Jim

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I'm not sure if yola would agree with my content - its not adult but there may be some copyright issues though i only link to 3rd party sites - don't want all my months of hard work to be ruined though - I will just try and figure out why its doing this.

In the preview window when building the site the links work fine, I also have another yola blog site where the links work fine - this is a weird one.
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This may seem a bit basic.. but are you sure there isn't a slight typo? I find that even just putting the ' in the wrong spot can cause the links to not show up in the published version but it shows up fine in the site builder.
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Jim

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hmmm, Please go into this in more detail its interesting - where would the typo be in the page title?
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Ohhh... sorry, I misunderstood. I didn't realized this referred to your page title. I thought you were talking about specific links that you inputted to get your blog post to come up. e.g. "http://yoursite.yolasite.com/blogpage...
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Jim

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erm FML I'm now confused, though I have made a breakthrough I think - I had my site published through a 3rd party host and I think Its still that version of the site thats coming up on my domain even though I've changed my domain settings to be pointed at yola - How long should it take to update to the yola version of the site?
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Hi Jim

I have a problem here:
You are unwilling to post your URL because you are concerned about possible copyright issues on your site.

I can't troubleshoot for you without taking a look at your site. I would encourage you to remove any copyrighted content from your site, or any links to third party sites that potentially violate copyright law. Then post the link to your site so that we can help you further.

It would be a pity if you were to lose your hard work because someone lodged a take-down notice against your site, which we would be obliged to honor, should it turn out that you are infringing on someone's copyright.

If you don't want to deal with this matter in a public forum, you are welcome to email us at support@yola.com.