I am fairly new to web design and brand new to WordPress so I’m not sure if this is the best topic to post this question in.
I just installed WordPress on my web space and migrated the contents from a WordPress blog that my hosting company (1and1.com) provided. The url for the blog is: http://www.replacementchild.com/blog
Currently, I display the blog on my web page by using an iFrame on my web page that contains a reference to the blog url so it looks like the blog is on my page. The problem is, when Google, etc. finds the blog, the link goes to the plain web page (www.replacementchild.com/blog) which doesn’t look like my site and doesn’t have any way to get back to my site.
Someone suggested putting an html snippet in the footer.php file to redirect the actual blog page to my web site blog page but that creates a loop on the web site page and does not display properly.
Someone else suggested that I create a blank web page from my site and save it as the html and use that page information to create a theme page for the blog so that the blog looks and acts just like my other web pages. If that is true, I’m not sure how to approach that and would appreciate any help in setting this up.
If there is an easier or better way to do this, I would appreciate any suggestions.
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