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  • How do I get wordpress to show up on a specific iframe mine is called “Main” is there a code that i can use to make it show up. I’m a first time user and i already installed wordpress now what do I do?

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  • Why use an iframe at all? WordPress doesn’t like them from what I’ve read…

    I saw your “messed up index” – why not just use wordpress as it stands and take advantage of the themes out there – edit one to meet the look of your site and let wordpress do it’s job the way it’s meant to?

    well isn’t there some link i mean that you use to get the whole thing to show up on your site i just dont know what it is

    what is the name of the folder you installed WP in? Have you tried going to your site and adding the folder name to the path?

    If that works than you need to copy and page the main index.php file located on wp’s root folder (not the theme folder) into your domain’s root. Then you alter this part to do direct it to the right place:

    <?php<br />
    /* Short and sweet */<br />
    define('WP_USE_THEMES', true);<br />
    require('/wp-blog-header.php');<br />

    /* Short and sweet */
    define(‘WP_USE_THEMES’, true);

    So what i did was i copied that code that you wrote AFTER:…blablah into my index page and put instead of the wordpress header i used mine….now what do i do to get a post to show up? or i might have did it wrong?

    Not sure you are doing what I was talking about. A few questions:

    What is the name of the folder that you have installed wordpress in?

    How many folders deep is it on your server?

    And what folder did you grab the index.php from that you altered with the above code?

    I’m most likely going to need a link to the site as well to help with anymore troubleshooting.

    The folder is called “wordpress”

    and the folder is not that deep its right in my “www” folder with all of the php pages i have

    And i grabbed the index.php from the folder “wordpress” and no deeper

    When I go to I get a lot of php errors. You need to have it at least working in that directory before worrying about getting to show up directly from But when you do, you’ll have to delete the index page you currently have in your root directory (this one: ) and replace it in the manner I specified above. Good luck.

    yea see I said before that i just had installed it and i didn’t know what to do next. I have to make a config.php file an i did but its giving me errors now. saying its the wrong name and stuff

    Seems pretty convoluted at this point. It might be a lot easier to just do a freash install and use the default theme.

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