I’d like to make my blog my domain’s home page. However, before you answer, let me tell you my site structure.
I have my own domain (hosted by fatcow), so this isn’t a blog hosted by WordPress. Of course, WordPress is installed, and the blog exists in the subfolder blog. Thus, the blog address is http://www.haberarts.com/blog. Under settings, reading, I have checked that the front page displays my latest post.
My domain’s root folder contains a lot of other content not related to the blog, and to manage all this, I’d much rather keep the blog in a separate folder, as I’ve done. Links in the blog often take people to that other content. I think that means I can’t use htaccess to redirect people to the blog, because then all links to my static content would be broken.
Finally, my root folder’s index page for now has a boring Flash animation that ends by opening the blog. I’m tired of the animation and would rather people see the blog first thing.
In short, I’d still like people who to go http://www.haberarts.com automatically to see the blog folder, but without either (a) killing all content in the root folder or (b) moving the blog into the root folder. Can I still do this? Thank you.
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