Venue, Event Categories & Event Tags Not Found

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    Hi Stephen,

    I’m not sure if this happened before or after the latest update, but I noticed that the results show ‘Not Found’ whenever I click on a venue, category, or tag. I installed my back up files, which is the last 1.7v, & it still says ‘Not Found’.

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    Best Regards,



    Hi Jamie – try flushing your permalink settings (simply go to WordPress’ Permalinks settings page and click update). Let me know if that solves it or not!

    Stephen Harris

    Hi Stephen,

    Thanks for the fast reply! If by update you mean ‘Save Settings’, then it didn’t work. I haven’t changed those settings or Event Organizer’s permalink settings.

    The Categories, Tags, & Venues in the Events tab lists the keywords and show how many events are listed under that keyword.

    Would you have anymore suggestions?

    Thanks Again,



    I mean ‘Save Changes’ on WordPress (not EO’s) permalinks settings page.

    If that doesn’t work, you can try

    This plug-in allows you to test how WordPress interprets an url – so you’ll be able to see what WordPress thinks you want when you visiting an event category url.

    Stephen Harris

    Hi Stephen,

    I should have clarified that I saved changes on both WP & EO even though those settings were never changed. I’ve downloaded the plugin you suggested and tested the link below.


    event-venue: mackey-arena
    attachment: mackey-arena
    pagename: events/venues/mackey-arena

    What should I do with this information?

    Many Thanks,

    Jamie Yan


    Hi Jamie,

    Sorry I misunderstood your initial bug report. It seems that the url-rewrites are working as expected, but the query it not returning the expected events.

    First thing would be to check that it’s not a theme/plug-in conflict. If the issue still occurs, then you can check the SQL of the query via,

    add_action( 'posts_request', 'debug_post_request', 10, 2 );
    function debug_post_request( $r, $query ){
          if( current_user_can( 'manage_options' ) && $query->is_main_query() ){       
                echo '<pre>';
                print_r( $query );
                echo '</pre>';
           return $r;

    This will print the SQL & query information – but only for admins.

    Finally, are you using a custom template for the venue’s page?

    Stephen Harris
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