Missing posts with a 404/Archive Page

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    moshpitqueen
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    Currently using the Innov8tive theme and I’ve put the blogs on the home page as such. My friend wanted the photos larger as it’s displayed so I placed the widget in “Home Top” underneath the slider widget in the same section.

    http://myimperfectkitchen.com/MIK/here/

    For the navigation you can click on next page and it continues to go to the next page just fine. I get to page 10: http://myimperfectkitchen.com/MIK/here/page/10/ and when I hit the next page button I get this: http://myimperfectkitchen.com/MIK/here/page/11/ which has a “Not Found, Error 404″ with the archive down below.

    There are still a lot of older posts that are missing. So instead of this error message it should just continue. When I change to the numeric navigation it shows 45 pages, but again it stops right at the same place. I tried changing the number of posts per page to 5 and the posts continued the cycle, but again at page 11 same message.

    Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thank you!

     

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    David Chu
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    Post count: 1374

    Hi Mosh Pit Queen,
    That’s an excellent nick. I suppose I’m more like “Flamenco guitar playing hetero guy but aspiring closet Queen”.

    Anyway, either you fixed it, or it was temporarily messed up. I got all the way to 30 pages, which was the stated limit in the title tag. So it seems like it’s working great. I’ll even excuse her for having a Post showing irritating Guy Fieri.

    I suppose it would be instructive to see if anybody actually pages through a full archive. I hung in there because I was testing just now, but I would almost never do this when surfing myself. I suppose one could tell reading analytics.

    If you are still having issues, hard to say – with paging, a cache is always a good suspect, but I don’t see one here. Maybe hosting hiccups.

    Cheers,
    Dave


    Dave Chu · Custom WordPress Developer – likes collaborating with Designers

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