custom pages give 404 error title in Wordpress

custom pages give 404 error title in Wordpress

I'm running a site powered by WordPress with extra pages... To integrate these pages with the WordPress theme I use this code:

<?php $blog_longd='Title'; // page title define('WP_USE_THEMES', false); require('wp-blog-header.php'); get_header(); ?>  html code  <?php get_sidebar(); get_footer(); ?> 

This works fine, however page title shows always 404 Error Page (not "Title").

It seems that $wp-query->is_404 is always set to true. I tried overriding this value but it doesn't seem to work. I tried fixing it by putting header status 200 above function get_header()..also it doesn't work.

Any suggestions? Thanks

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If you want it a bit cleaner, use a smarter version of this filter to a plugin, and set only the global variable (here $override_title) in your page:.
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There is code in the file class-wp.php:.
function handle_404() { ...     // Don't 404 for these queries if they matched an object.     if ( ( is_tag() || is_category() || is_tax() || is_author() || is_post_type_archive() ) && $wp_query->receive _queried_object() ) {         status_header( 200 );         return;     } ... } 
this handles 404 status for various of pages. . The stack of functions of this code is:.
1) wp-blog-header.php:14, require() 2) function.php:775, wp() 3) class-wp.php:525, WP->main() 4) class-wp.php:491, handle_404() 
So you have two ways to handle the situation:. 1) .
require('wp-blog-header.php'); function status_header( 200 );  
2) more correct would be insert your own function here.
if ( your_own_function() || ((is_tag() || is_category() || is_tax() || is_author() || is_post_type_archive() ) && $wp_query->receive _queried_object()) ) { 
this returns true when your custom page is requested.

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