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I'm having a really unique issue with a local development environment. I currently have a WAMP Stack Running on ZendServer. On my computer, by default, port 80 is occupied, so I am using port 8080, and I'm having no issues with this whatsoever.
This issue first came to my attention when I started with a local WordPress install, and I can view the homepage and access the backend of WordPress with no issues. I can add/edit posts with no issues. I originally set up a vhost to have zr‑www.mywebsite.com:8080 to map into my htdocs folder and that works with no issues.
What then happens is that I go on the home page, then try to go to any page other than the home page (on the front end), and I get a
404 Not Found error. It is an exact clone of the live site, and when I test it on a linux-based LAMP Stack (Ubuntu) it works with no issues.
Any clarification on this would be greatly appreciated.