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Giving WordPress Its Own Directory

I tried following http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory as a guide, and did everything it said: moved wordpress files into a www/blog/ directory and modified the index.php file( i didn’t have an ahtaccess file).

mywebsite.com/blog works but as soon as i click on anything on the page, it redirects to mywebsite.com.

under WordPress Address (URL), i have mywebsite.com/blog and for the Site Address (URL) I have mywebsite.com just as the guide told me to do


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I found the solution: <br> <br> <br>define(‘WP_HOME’,‘http://andhenrydaniel.com/blog’); <br>define(‘WP_SITEURL’,‘http://andhenrydaniel.com/blog’); <br> <br>added that to wp-config.php, which is the same editing the following on the wp-admin settings page: <br> <br>WordPress Address (URL) http://andhenrydaniel.com/blog <br>Site Address (URL) http://andhenrydaniel.com/blog