I’ve read a bunch in here about being able to install the WordPress core files into a custom subdirectory (“Giving WordPress its own Directory”). That is not what I’m trying to do. I’m trying to entirely install WordPress into its own subdirectory with no relation to the actual root of the domain.
In my case, I have no control over the domain root, and cannot edit an .htaccess file there. It’s set up like this:
I have it working fine on the public side for the most part, but the Admin console does weird things like redirecting to the domain root when I edit settings and click Save. Also, there are several WP functions (such as “Older/Newer Posts”) that render links to “/” rather than relative to the current directory.
From what I’ve read here and elsewhere, it seems I’m not going to be able to get this to work. I just wanted to check if anyone else has tried to do this and has any ideas.
I love WordPress. Thanks!
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