Thanks for your help on this so far :)
I forgot to mention, I am using multiple widget zones.
Thats the only difference there is between what I have and what you had tested so far.
I have widget zones for the following:
default page (Home Page)
Non-Standard pages (Contact,Archive, and etc)
I did had the Alpha Tag widget on the
Default and Post Widget Zones.
But I deleted the one on the default widget zone and have it now only on the Post widget zone.
Hoping that was the issue just having more than 1 widget on the same site.
But, still getting the same error.
So it appears that its not the multiple widget zones thats causing the problem.
The Alpha Widget is now only on the post pages like this one:
Which is one of the posts that were giving the error.
Seems like its a URL path issue.
Noticing it is being caused the most when
1. Bots visit
2. When a user visit from a search engine using a search query.
All so all errors are using
When using the re written URL like
Gives no error.
But when it uses the Permalink for that URL it does.
But, again I am only seeing this through the log files and not actually seeing it myself through.
I see I am not the only one getting the other errors too :)
See you are also getting the PostPager error.
The pages not found errors are telling the truth :) They are right
You just got to look at your URL very closely.
Look at this one:
<--- Does not exist
<-- This is the correct one
Its off by the day of the week.
So this is when
ELMAH and the SEO Redirector comes to the rescue!!!
Again heres another:
http://www.mobiletvworld.com/post/2011/04/23/Apple-Reports-83-Growth-in-Revenue.aspx <--- Does not work
Couldn't find this post any where on your website.
Heres a screenshot of the Archive listing for the Month of April 2011
There is no post with the date [2011/04/23] listed in the url above.
Point being ELMAH doesn't lie :)
Its telling you the truth those URL's does not exist "as they are" on your website.
Also doing a Google search for "Apple-Reports-83-Growth-in-Revenue.aspx"
also shows that Google has crawled it as "Page Not Found".
So now you know for sure that ELMAH is right :)
An other thought as we are on the subject and have been meaning to mention this before.
Why not have the Page Not Found return
a Search results
Based on the URL thats 404 with the "-" dashes taken out.
It will search for:
"Mobile Digital Television on Track to Reach Two-Thirds of U.S. Households by Early Next Year"
Return this page:
Instead of the standard
Ooops! I can't find the page you're looking for
You might find one of the following links useful:
Maybe have the search results displayed under the text
"You Might fine one of the following links useful:"
Which currently only displays:
And a Search box.
Maybe have the Search box prefilled with the URL with the 404?
Then user just press search?
Just wanted to get that one off my chest been wanting to say that for a long time :)
Have a good day,