I have a legacy static website, bambas.com. This week I installed wordpress in its own directory under /public on an apache server. The auto installation process overwrote the index file that previously was in /public. As a result, the url bambas.com took users directly to my wordpress blog, rather than to the legacy menu.
I then renamed the wordpress index file, saving it. Next wrote a simple html index file containing a menu with an anchor redirecting to the renamed wordpress index file. This worked fine, bringing up the welcome page of my blog. However, when any of the post or categories in the blog are clicked, the user is redirected back to the websites main menu, not to the selected link.
I stopped pretending to know anything about computers a number of years ago. What is the way to get clicked wordpress links to react as expected?
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