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wordpress_setup [2016/10/04 09:24]
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wordpress_setup [2016/10/04 09:30] (current)
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-In such a case, Backlight would be powering your Home page, and so you'd want to install Wordpress into a new folder:+Above, the index.php and .htaccess files belong to Backlight. 
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 +In such a case, Backlight would be powering your Home page, and so you'd want to install Wordpress into a new folder. You may name this new folder as to your own preference. In our examples, we will use the name "​blog",​ and so our Wordpress installation will be located at %%http://​domain.com/​blog%%.
  
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-You may name this new folder as to your own preference. In our exampleswe will use the name "​blog",​ and so our Wordpress installation ​will be located at %%http://domain.com/blog%%.+If you are not using Backlight'​s Pages module, or if you simply prefer ​to use Wordpress for your Home pagethen your site root might look like this: 
 + 
 +  * /​public_html 
 +    * /​backlight 
 +    * /​galleries 
 + 
 +You may then intermingle these folders with your Wordpress installation:​ 
 + 
 +  * /public_html 
 +    * .htaccess 
 +    * /backlight 
 +    * /​galleries 
 +    * index.php 
 +    * /wp-admin 
 +    * /​wp-content 
 +    * /​wp-includes 
 +    * etc... 
 + 
 +In this scenario, the index.php and .htaccess files belong to Wordpress.
wordpress_setup.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/04 09:30 by matthew