So I have a few different channels for different types of content.
One called pages which is just for regular web pages. All of those entries work uppercase or lowercase so example.com/About and example.com/about both work.
The Entry URL Format for pages is
The Entry Template is
I have a problem with a few of my channels for blog entries and I believe it is because of the Entry URL Format being used, but at the same time that doesn't make sense since it works fine for the page channel. Example channel is called Articles and the Entry URL Format is
And the Entry Template is
The main Articles page which shows the index of all articles etc is using
in the articles directory which is probably causing the problem.
So the problem ends up being that example.com/articles works but example.com/Articles does not and goes to a 404. Now if I am inside of a single entry it can have caps so example.com/Articles/this-is-an-Article works.
This is hosted on a linux server. Only reason I mention that is because how linux handles cases differently, on the staging server which is windows they all work fine. So not sure if I would need to setup 301's for those blog channels using the index.html files inside each channel folder. Or if there is another way of handling this. Possibly a route, or a single but I don't see why that would be needed.
I have some singles setup like this as well but they work with or without caps... so something seems odd about these channels.
Anyone have any thoughts on that.