I’ve built 4 WP sites so far and my current client wants a large logo landing page that when clicked goes to the actual WP site. My limited prior use of WP led me to the decision to keep domain.com empty and to load WP in the sub folder /home.
I’ve never written a page in html but did some research and accomplished this in textedit. I loaded it via FTP to the root but the only thing showing is the actual code when you visit the site. Can anyone take a peak at it and see if there is something wrong with the code I generated?
Other issues may be:
1. I’m using godaddy and they automatically loaded some files/folders onto the root. They are: favicon.ico, gdform.php, php.ini, webformmailer.php. Other than favicon.ico, do I need to keep these other folders?
2. There were some folders that godaddy had loaded that I already deleted…and I can’t remember what they were 🙁 Maybe I deleted something important?
3. I named my landing page index.html…will this conflict with my WP files?
Any help is appreciated!
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