Hello. I'm setting up a WordPress blog on my website, and I would like to make it so that when a visitor goes to my site, they think what they are viewing is at the root directory (e.g. http://www.mydomain.com/). Now, I've got it working so that the theme I'm modifying (as sad as it is) loads, but where the blog entries are suppose to be it just says, "Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn't here." The strange is, the database is populated with about 250 back-entries (imported from LiveJournal), I can view these directories if I view the theme index where it's actually located, and it loads the links for the archives, so I know it's accessing the database. This is what my root index code looks like for my root index:
<?php include ("wp/wp-config.php"); include ("wp/wp-content/themes/greening/index.php"); ?>
Does anyone have any suggestions?