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  • Hello!

    Right now, I have a website,, using Joomla

    I wanted to add a blog to this site using WP (but still using joomla for the whole site), so I decided to go with and use: (since, of course, I couldn’t use as I am already using

    Using Fantastico and reading the tutorial, I see that there is a way that I can get users to see “” (instead of what it is now, making people go to an entirely new site by just a re-direct to a very visible url of: “” when they click the blog tab) without using a cloak tool!

    “Install in directory
    If you would like to install WordPress into a sub directory, enter that here. For example, if your domain is and you want your blog accessed via, then type blog here. If you would like your blog accessed by simply going to, then leave this field blank.”

    So, I went ahead and typed in “blog” in the Fantastico “Install in directory” entry, and Fantastico created that sub-directory for me.

    I also went into Joomla and tried to delete the external re-direct of “” to –> “” when they click on the tab.

    But, something is not working. When I type in “,” this is what the browser tells me:

    This webpage has a redirect loop.
    The webpage at has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer.

    Anyone have any ideas?!

    Thank you!

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