Recently (last night) moved a WordPress site from an IIS host to DreamHost. On the old site, the structure was:
That doesn’t seem to work on my DreamHost setup. I get the “No input file specified” error.
Removing the “/index.php” from it (leaving “/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%/”) seems to clear it up, except for one small detail.
Several sites have links to various posts on my site. Because “index.php” as part of the Permalink causes problems, that means there are, as of this moment, as many as 13,892 broken links out there, according to Technorati (http://www.technorati.com/search/www.basilsblog.net/)
So, is it possible to modify settings in some way so that using “index.php” in the structure works? Or is there another method that can be used to redirect broken links to the correct link?
Thanks in advance!