DNS Record for subdirectory?

  • Posted on December 28, 2013
  • jbooherAsked by jbooher

I have a Ghost blog setup at

I would like to have

How would I set this up?

I’m sure I need some sort of DNS record?

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<blockquote>So at one host and at DigitalOcean is not possible?</blockquote> <br>That is not possible.

Ghost doesn’t work on a subdirectory so you will have to host it on its own (sub)domain.

"Create an A record in your DNS control panel, for, pointing to your DigitalOcean IP address. " <br> <br>I was able to do so, however I don’t want the blog in a subdomain ( I would like it in in