Discussion in 'Blogging' started by daninnho, Jun 2, 2013.
When you initially install wordpress, it gives you the option to install in a directory. You must make sure this is blank if you want the domain to show without the /wp. At this point you need to erase the install and redo leaving the directory option blank. It's easy to do if you used softaculous or other script to do the install.
Thanks I installed with softaculous....I erase the install from softaculous?
Exactly, go to "all installations" in softaculous and delete the installation. Then when you reinstall and are on the setup screen you will see that the second or third box down (to the right) will have the directory option. Usually softaculous will auto populate /wp which is what you don't want. Just erase it so that the box is clear, then proceed with the installation. Good luck!
did you see? I get the fking name cheap shit
I'm not sure what you mean. When I access that it shows without the tailing backslash just like any typical naked domain. This is probably just a browser issue. I think you are confused because you are using internet explorer. If you check it in firefox it looks fine. BTW, internet explorer sucks. Also try clearing your cache before checking the site again.
you installed wordpress cms in the wp directory
Try deactivating all plugins. Check in browser. If the site comes on as you want, then begin activating the plugins one at a time and check after every activation.
Could be permalink problem
One of the Eleganttheme problems, you ARE using it there.
try changing to TwentyEleven or twentyTwelve theme and see if the problem resolves.
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And what was the exact problem, and what was the solution?
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