I have WordPress 2.1.2 installed in <domain>/blog, however have set the blog address (in Admin general options) to the domain root. This has worked perfectly fine until now since WordPress is the only thing I have installed on the site.
After loading content in another directory (e.g. <domain>/test), I’ve realized that the WP install doesn’t allow me to access other subdirectories. Instead I get a page not found error (from the 404.php file of my WP theme).
From browsing the WP support and forum pages, I’m inclined to think this is an .htaccess configuration issue, but don’t know what I would need to do to modify it to permit subdirectory exceptions (i.e. allow me to connect directly to content in <domain>/test).
Any help would be much appreciated!
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