Finally got WordPress running on apache / php / mysql…what a pain…and that five minute install guide is pure junk!
Now I finally got it installed and went through the install wizard where you tell it what you want to call your site.
After I do this I get the login screen to login…I login successfully, but immediately it takes me to a listing of all the files (.php) in the directory of my blog.
I have to actually go up to the address bar and add “index.php” to the end of the url to get it to actually go to that site.
My site is not on the root of my htdocs folder (I did not want it to be). I wanted it in its own folder called “blog” so that i can go to http://www.mywebsite.com/blog.
Now when I do go to that address as I said it shows a listing of the files. I have to tack on index.php to the end of it to go to the actual site. Then when I click on ANY link on the site the same thing happens so I have to take on “index.php?=page2” to the end of the url if I wanted to go to my say “About” page.
I dont want to have to do that..can someone point me to some help ?
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