Rewrite Rules component

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64 open tickets in the Rewrite Rules component

64 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request task (blessed)
4.9 2 1 0 0
Awaiting Review 30 11 2 0
Future Release 10 6 1 1

64 open tickets. Last 7 days: +0 tickets

14 tickets that have no replies

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  • #11931  Day/Month/Year Permalink Structure Fails in Archives
  • #20520  Author Page Pagination Broken When Removing /author/ Slug
  • #30907  Rewrite Rules collision
  • #34385  Missing site_url path results in array to string conversion
  • #34776  Introduced the `$site_root` and `$home_root` parameter in `mod_rewrite_rules`
  • #36486  is_apache in vars.php does not always work
  • #37237  rewrite rules for hierarchical custom posts seem wrong
  • #38041  Rewrite rules on custom post types not detected ( url_to_postid() )
  • #38518  Rewrite Rules rebuilding on parse_request
  • #39442  Custom rewrite endpoints and wp_old_slug_redirect
  • #40322  WordPress Network htaccess rewrite causes internal loop multisite
  • #40339  If $home_path=='wp' then WP::parse_request() will remove 'wp' from 'wp-json/wc/v1/products' in $pathinfo
  • #40395  New action: pre_generate_rewrite_rules
  • #41211  When the /category/category-name portion is repeated in the URL, it serves content instead of 404

3 tickets slated for 4.9

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  • #26829  Use of strpos() in extract_from_markers() and insert_with_markers() can target wrong BEGIN and END markers.
  • #39920  Empty if-statement
  • #40525  apply_filters_deprecated() in WP_Rewrite

64 open tickets

Open bugs: 42. View list on Trac

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