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In order to take advantage of HTML5’s History API, the application must ignore the URI in the http request and resolve to the root – otherwise you’ll get a 404 error. This can be an issue with a WordPress application because WordPress uses a similar technique by using either Apache or NGINX to resolve all requests to index.php, which then parses the URI and renders the corresponding page/post/archive/ect.

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I’ve been maintaining the super simplistic Rye starter theme for WordPress for about 3 years now. Since the time it launched it has been the only theme I have used and recommended because of its minimalistic nature. While there has been some other very well built themes to come out since, I believe they all share the same problems:

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