How to use mod_rewrite with Wordpress?

By : Jason
Source: Stackoverflow.com
Question!

I'm running a wordpress installation on the root dir of my website test.com Wordpress is using url's like: test.com/information/ and I also added some custom parameters like: test.com/information/?about=product

I tried to use the mod-rewrite generator at http://www.generateit.net/mod-rewrite/ to change my custom urls to test.com/information/about/product but keep receiving a wordpress 404 error.

Is there a solution to my problem?

By : Jason


Answers

If you are already using pretty permalinks, make an about page then make it the parent page of all your product pages.

Or use the rule:

RewriteRule ^information/about/([^/] )/?$ information/?about=$1 [L,NC]
By : Arvin


All answers wrong. Login to admin area. On the left menu, under settings find permalinks. You can choose or add proper settings there.

By : borayeris


I agree with @borayeris - Wordpress has it's own permalinks page under Settings - use that.



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