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Mar
30

How To Move Your WordPress Core Files Out Of Root

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  1. ownyourblog says:

    Thanx 4 ur very useful video!
    PM me and I’ll tell U what coffee won’t ever let U miss smth just like during last? minutes of your tutorial!

  2. AdeliQs says:

    Thank you so much! That helped much better then following the? written instructions and messing it all up.

  3. MrStelads says:

    Thank you!? You really helped me!

  4. studio35design says:

    This is a really good tutorial. I was able to do it successfully, but I found that after doing it a lot of? my images where broken, because I had set them to absolute paths. My mistake. Good thing was that I was able to reverse the process painlessly. I’ll remember for next time. Thanks for the vid.

  5. yahya0991 says:

    Thanx Alot…It Was Really Usful..I Followed Your Instructions Step By Step..My Hosting Company is? Bluehost..There Was a Little defrence in cPanel layout,but I managed To Get it Right..Great

    yahya0991

  6. yahya0991 says:

    Thanx Alot…It Was Really Usful..I Followed? Your Instructions Step By Step..My Hosting Company is Bluehost..There Was Little defrence cPanel,but I managed To Get it Right..Great
    yahya0991

  7. tts7376 says:

    will i be able to post blog in both the sub directory and the? root directory.

  8. WpBlogHost says:

    Can you move (and edit) things back to how they? were?

    Does your blog work ok then?

    If so, then go back and watch that other video.

  9. XEvolutionist says:

    Once I got the .htaccess and index.php into the root and edited the index.php with the right path, it showed in my root. But, it was missing my banner, and all of the links are broken, and I can’t log in. I? cleared my cache as you advised. I’ve tried everything. What can I do in the database? Can I get in and change the admin page so that the whole shebang is in the /blog? Thanks, X

  10. XEvolutionist says:

    Once I got the .htaccess and index.php into the root and edited the index.php with the right path, it showed in my root. But, it was missing my banner, and all of the links are broken, and I can’t log in. I cleared my cache as you advised. I’ve tried everything. What can I do in the database? Can I get in and change the admin page so that the whole shebang is in? the /blog? Thanks, X

  11. WpBlogHost says:

    Check my? videos. There is one showing you how to move your blog out of a subdirectory and into the root.

    If you’re locked out of your blog, you’ll need to get in and edit your database. But there could be more to it than that.

  12. XEvolutionist says:

    I have the opposit situation. I insalled WP in /blog a few days ago. Now, I decided that my blog is prettier than my website, and so I want WP to run my website, too. I edited admin page? then I moved .htaccess and index.php to root direcory, (one step up). Now, I am locked out, and I can’t get back in. Bummer. X

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