We currently have a WordPress install at http://www.domain.com/blog.
We are moving to having the WordPress install setup at the root level of the domain (www.domain.com).
I've been tinkering with .htaccess rules to get anything under the http://www.domain.com/blog to 301 redirect to the same URL without the /blog part, but can't get it work right.
I would also need this to work for category, tag, archive, etc. pages as well.
I'm thinking the easiest way to accomplish this is to write a rule that simply rewrites any URL containing /blog right after the domain is rewritten (via a 301) to remove the "/blog" and keep everything else the same, but I'm honestly not very good at .htaccess rules. I think the other WordPress rules may be intefering.
If anyone can let me know what rule(s) I need to add to .htaccess (and if it's above or below the WordPress stuff), I'd really appreciate it!