Installing Multi-Blog Network on subdomain. Is there a work around?
I’ve read the install requirements for WordPress 3.0.1 and creating a multi-blog network. I know the WordPress requirements say to install WordPress at the root of my site otherwise WordPress will not be able to create subdirectories for multiple blogs.
Here is my concern. I’m already using another CMS application at the root of my site. I’d like to install WordPress under a subdomain so I can create a blog network with subdirectories, something like http://blogs.mydomain.com/subdirectory1, http://blogs.mydomain.com/subdirectory2, etc. Is there any work around that would allow for this to happen in the new version of WordPress.
If I install WordPress 3.0.1. at the root of my site, I’m concerned that it will conflict with the default page for my site, that is index.html and not index.php.
Does anyone have any suggestions or am I basically stuck having to install WordPress multiblog network at the root of my site.
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