so this is the problem. i have 2 wordpress installations on one host right now. blog1's files are in its own /blog1/ folder, and blog2's files are in its own /blog2/ folder. i have 2 separate domains, one for each blog (lets just say blog1.com and blog2.com). currently, in accordance with the Options > General tab, ive made blog1 Blog Address the root of the host, or "blog1.com" while its WordPress Address is obviously still blog1.com/blog1/
the instructions for doing this, given by http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory
involve putting the blog1's htaccess and index.php files into the root of the host. sure enough, now instead of blog1.com/blog1/, the address is just blog1.com. that's fine
however when i try to do the same with blog2, i can't replace blog1's htaccess/index.php files because they're currently in the root of the host. currently blog2 is in "blog2.com/blog2/", but i want it to be just "blog2.com".
is there any way to make the root's htaccess/index.php files point to each separate WordPress folder depending on which domain is typed in? at the moment, blog2.com just redirects to blog1.com. the only way i can get to blog2 is by typing blog2.com/blog2/ which is very undesirable.
sorry if this was confusing, i can provide the actual domain names if needed.
any help would be VERY greatly appreciated!