This question has been asked a lot and so far solutions have only been posted for LAMP. How about we get an answer for this and put it into a tutorial?
The root of the website should be static or php without wordpress installed in it. Call it
A subdirectory, let’s say
blog, has wordpress installed in it =>
https://mywebsite/blog will access the blog.
This is to be done with one DO instance and managed by nginx server blocks, I presume.
The problem I’ve had is that the wordpress admin panel doesn’t respect
https://mywebsite/blog (by checking the page source of the admin panel) and attempts to load external files by
Is this a wordpress problem or a configuration problem?
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