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    • #1566979
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      Hi Michael,

      When I am in the blogs view here: https://4sysops.com/archives/ and then I click on one of the previous page links, instead of showing the blogs from the previous page, it shows this page: https://4sysops.com/forums/topic/page-views-in-the-forum-count-now-earning-in-the-forum/

       

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    • #1566981
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      The page that opens up is this.

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    • #1566983
      Michael Pietroforte
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      That’s strange.  I can’t replicate the issue. You can try to clear your browser cache.

      By the way, you can integrate screenshots in forum posts if you click the image icon in visual mode.

      • #1566984
        Vignesh Mudliar
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        Ok got it. I will check. Thank you!

    • #1566985
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      It was a browser thing. No issues on another browser.

    • #1566986
      Paolo Maffezzoli
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      Michael, from mobile browser I get a 404 error.

      • #1566988
        Paolo Maffezzoli
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        For you info, same 404 error using pc browser and cache cleaned.

        • #1566994
          Michael Pietroforte
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          Long press the link until the context menu is displayed. You should then see the URL the link points to.

    • #1566989
      Surender Kumar
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      I am experiencing the same issue in desktop as well as mobile browsers. When logged-in, clicking on any page number navigates to a random forum post. When logged-out,  clicking on any page number throws a 404 error.

      • #1566990
        Michael Pietroforte
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        That’s really strange. I can’t replicate this. This could be still an effect of the caching issue of last week. Clear the browser cache or try another browser.

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        • #1566991
          Surender Kumar
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          Hi Michael, It is working fine now but I observed this happening randomly in last couple of days. Will let you know if issue reoccurs.

        • #1566995
          Paolo Maffezzoli
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          It works fine in a different browser, so it should be a local cache issue.

        • #1566996
          Surender Kumar
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          I don’t think its a local cache issue. As suggested by Michael, I cleaned the browser cache and tried to replicate the issue, inspected the link for pagination and recorded a short video. @michael-pietroforte, please have a look at the video.

          On inspect element, the target url seems to be correct but when clicked on pagination number, a random forum post is opened. If user is logged-out, the same pagination takes to 404 error.

        • #1566998
          Vignesh Mudliar
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          Yes this makes sense. It happens for me in chrome and edge.

        • #1566999
          Paolo Maffezzoli
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          My previous test was in Chrome and worked fine, tried now in Edge and it is ok. Ok, I suppose that I am lucky.

        • #1567000
          Paolo Maffezzoli
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          Also Safari works fine too.

        • #1567001
          Michael Pietroforte
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          Thanks for the video!

          If the URL in the HTML code is correct, then it is a redirect issue. In that case it might not be enough to clear the browser page cache. You also have to clear all browser caches. In Chrome you can do that with Clear Browsing Data which you can find under the Chrome menu.

          If the issue reoccurs after it worked correctly, then the server sends wrong redirects.

        • #1567002
          Paolo Maffezzoli
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          @Michael, for your info, in my case I did tests using Edge and Chrome in a new computer, no previous navigation data were in test pc. Hope it helps.

        • #1567003
          Vignesh Mudliar
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          Ok I will try this.

    • #1566992
      Michael Pietroforte
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      When it happens again, please right click the link and then click Inspect Element. Let me know the URL the link is point to.

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    • #1566997
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      Yes it happens in and off for me. Will let you know when it reoccurs.

    • #1567004
      Michael Pietroforte
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      Hmm, really strange. I can’t replicate this in any browser, neither on my Mac nor on Windows.  I restarted the forum plugin. Maybe it helps.

      Let me know if it reoccurs after clearing all browsing data and reloading the archive page.

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    • #1567014
      Surender Kumar
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      Again started experiencing the same problem. I can replicate it in incognito mode and in a completely new device where 4sysops.com is never opened before.

    • #1567015
      Paolo Maffezzoli
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      Yes, I get the same error on my usual browser.

    • #1567016
      Michael Pietroforte
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      Yes, I saw it too now. But then I reloaded the page and it was gone. That’s difficult to troubleshoot. I upgraded WordPress now. Maybe it solves the problem. I will keep an eye on it.

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      • #1567017
        Surender Kumar
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        Hope this update resolves the problem. We will keep you posted. Thank you.

      • #1567018
        Paolo Maffezzoli
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        Thanks Michael, Hope it will be solved now.

      • #1567020
        Vignesh Mudliar
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        Thank you!

      • #1567021
        Vignesh Mudliar
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        I haven’t seen this error again on my briefées as yet.

      • #1567024
        Vignesh Mudliar
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        Issue seems sorted now on my mobile and laptop browsers.

    • #1567025
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      May it was the WordPress plug-in then.

    • #1567026
      Surender Kumar
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      Yes it is working for me too as of now. Will update in case it reoccurs.

    • #1567029
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      It seems it’s happening on mobile browser again.

    • #1567030
      Michael Pietroforte
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      I am afraid I can’t do anything at the moment because it appears to happen only in 1 of 100 cases or so. Troubleshooting this wouldn’t justify the time. I guess it is a bug in the forum plugin which I updated in May. I hope the next update will fix it. I will keep an eye on it. Thanks for helping with this!

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    • #1567051
      Vignesh Mudliar
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      Sure thanks!

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