Bit of a wierd one here. My client is making a blog – easy enough. At some point in the not too distant future I am going to build her a website within wordpress around her blog.
Because she’s going to do some PR around the blog I don’t want to have to move the blog at a later date so we can keep the URLs the same and retaining any juicy google ranking we may have earned.
For this reason I want to make a root level install of wordpress, but have the homepage URL to be http://www.mydirectory.com/category. At a later date I will change the homepage to a more website styl one on the root directory, and keep the blog at http://www.mydirectory.com/category.
How would I go about doing this?
FYI, its not going to be a very complex blog with lots of categories, I’m happy to just keep it to one category and just use tags (though if there’s a way to do what I’m after with categories – all the better).
Also, I don’t want to install the blog on a subdirectory, as at somepoint I want her to be able to administer her site from one login – blog included.
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