Clicking Page Type "Defaults" leads to "Page Not Found"

I read this thread:

and added the code to my htaccess file, then emptied all caches and logged in/out, but it still can't find the pages.

Is there some specific way to add this code?

At the moment the code looks like this:

# -- concrete5 urls start --
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}/index.html !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}/index.php !-f
RewriteRule . index.php [L]
<IfModule pagespeed_module>
ModPagespeed off
# -- concrete5 urls end --

I couldn't find the "Speed Optimization" mentioned but I did find an "Optimize Website" section that offered to compress content - this was turned off. (I'm hosted at Hostek)

Is there some other way to deal with this issue, or something I should be looking for?

I'd appreciate any assistance you can offer as this is very frustrating...


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hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
When you are trying to access the Page Type Defaults are you logged in as the Super Admin?

Also, are you using any kind of redirecting tools?

I have seen this happen with the Page Mapper tool and also when the user doesn't have access to that feature.
jwik replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi hutman,

I have no idea what a super admin is so unless it means I'm the guy who set up the site I'm probably not logged in as one.

I haven't set up any redirecting tools. It was working just fine until I upgraded c5 a few days ago.

I'll go try to find out what a "super admin" is and see if that leads anywhere - thank you for your thoughts!

hutman replied on at Permalink Reply
The SuperAdmin is the user that has all privileges, it's User ID 1 usually the username is "admin".

What version of C5 did you upgrade from and which did you upgrade to?
jwik replied on at Permalink Reply
I guess I'm the super admin then.

I upgraded to the current one from the one immediately before it.

This is a small issue but I'd sure like to figure it out. Little issues like this can be affecting other things I haven't discovered yet. I had another issue logging in most of the day (told me to enable my already enabled cookies), but it appears to work now.

Still can't figure the page type thing out - what's odd is that I can see my pages on my host, but they register as not found.