How do you put wordpress into your website (7 posts)

  1. felux
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Hey I'm new to all this.

    I just installed wordpress from Cpanel and I was curious how do you put it into your own website. I see a lot of blogs where they have wordpress inside their own website and was curious if there is a way to copy the code so that it can be seen within my own website instead of having it by itself.

  2. moshu
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Define "put in your website".
    Have a look like your website? - You need a theme.
    Having the latest post displayed in another page of your site? - search: e.g. "latest post on site main page" or something similar
    Where is your site (the link in your profile is blank)?
    And where is your WP installed?

    We need more info to help you.

  3. felux
    Posted 8 years ago #

    http://www.oldgames.ca/index.php is the site I've been working on and I wish to have for example if they click on blog on the top navigation it will display my blog within my site instead of having it outside the site (http://www.oldgames.ca/blog/)

    WordPress is installed in the http://www.oldgames.ca/blog/

  4. moshu
    Posted 8 years ago #

    1. There is something wrong with that site's setup:
    http://www.oldgames.ca/ should be the same as http://www.oldgames.ca/index.php - but it isn't :(

    2. There are several hundreds of topics if you search for it:

    3. Your blog is NOT "outside" - it is in a subfolder; that is still your site!

    Another option is to develop a WordPress theme that looks exactly like your site: http://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Development

  5. felux
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I put an index.html so people cannot access the site while its under construction.. reason why the index.php

    When I meant outside my site I mean that it opens in a new window. I was curious if I could have the content within my own site template.

    Like is there code that can be copied and put within the look of my own site?

    Other wise thanks for the links I'll look into it :)

  6. moshu
    Posted 8 years ago #

    If a link opens in a new window - it was always YOU who set it up like that!

    No, there is never a shortcut "a code to be copied". It is always learning the script/tool you are using.

    The search results have everything you need.
    Also, feel free to visit the online manual: Codex.

  7. felux
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Cool. I'll look into those links.

    Thanks again for your help.

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