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WordPress: 404 Error

WordPress 404 errors and how to get rid of them.

Updated over a week ago

If you're using Wordpress and you suddenly find yourself seeing a bunch of 404 errors across your site, then this guide is for you.
You likely recently installed the ConvertKit Wordpress Plugin. The error is a result of installing the plugin but not completing setup.
In order for the plugin to know which ConvertKit account is yours, and can pull in the correct Forms, you'll want to navigate to your ConvertKit Account Settings and look for two API keys—a public API Key and a private API Secret.

Click on your account profile, and then click Settings.

Then, click on Advanced from the lefthand navigation. This will show your API key.

Next, in a separate window, go to Settings > ConvertKit.

Here, you'll see it asks for your API Key and API Secret. Simply copy and paste the correct API keys into your plugin settings. Finally decide if you want to set a default Form for all your pages and blog posts, or set this to None. Then click Save Changes.
Now all your 404 errors should be gone! 😃

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