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A random subset of the categories I've created get the error_404.php when I click the category link at the top of the page. This is only happening with some categories, others are working normally. Any help? Thx!

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    Hey, for future reference, I found the problem. If you put a space at the end of the category URL in the admin panel and no space in the name, then when clicking the URL on the main page you'll get the 404 error. Match the names and URL, and the error will go away.

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    I have found that if you have a category that contains "&" instead of "and" you will get a 404.

    | Posted 724 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Are you sure there is not a bug in the Nested Set Model for the categories? When I'm moving categories around in the admin menu, they get into a really funky order on the main page. I'm using 2.0.1

    | Posted 771 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I find that happening also.

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