Today I’m adding 2 useful plugins for visitor experience, wp-pagenavi and wp-print. Wp-pagenavi give a convenient pagination on long post, it will cut a long post into some divided part and make it a good looking and easier to read. Sadly, split article function as provided by wp-pagenavi has not implemented on my blognews template. Ask the possibility to add the function, I finally solved it by following Mehmet Ozekinci-the template author-advice to add following code :
[code language=’cpp’]
Page&after=

&next_or_number=number&pagelink= %’); ?>
[/code]
right after <?php the_content(); ?> line on single post template file.
Second plugin, wp-print give a smart and convenient print-ready page for visitor. The plugin itself has successfully installed and activated but I got a 404 error page while trying to see how the print-page will looks alike. Google for a while and found the solution as below :

  1. Place the wp-print code inside loop code (loop for each content)
  2. Re-update your permalink. Go to WP Admin | Setting | Permalink and click update to update your .htaccess file.

I’ve also added a wp-post view plugin for tracking how many post seen by visitor. This will keep me update which category or content has biggest fans.

10 thoughts on “Solved : 404 Error Problem on Applying Wp-Print Plugin for WordPress”
  1. I am thinking should I hosted my wordpress blog in wordpress.com or should I host it in a local hosting server. but what I know is that I can’t use custom html if I bought the domain in wordpress.com this functionality only exist if I use local hosting server for wordpress.
    may I know which hosting server that host this kind of wordpress blog of yours Mr vavai? 🙂

  2. I am thinking should I hosted my wordpress blog in wordpress.com or should I host it in a local hosting server. but what I know is that I can’t use custom html if I bought the domain in wordpress.com this functionality only exist if I use local hosting server for wordpress.
    may I know which hosting server that host this kind of wordpress blog of yours Mr vavai? 🙂

  3. @Corey Burger,
    I’ll be learn about piwik. Thanks for the info. Actually, I have Google analytics and statpress plugin installed but Piwik looks interesting.

  4. @Corey Burger,
    I’ll be learn about piwik. Thanks for the info. Actually, I have Google analytics and statpress plugin installed but Piwik looks interesting.

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