I’m sure there’s a fix to this, I’m just a bit of a noob, so I can’t make heads or tails of the situation. Any help would be greatly, greatly appreciated.
I own two domains that I want to have blogs on, lets call them http://www.a.com and http://www.b.com for the sake of convenience. I’m hosting both through GoDaddy, because I heard you can host multiple websites on a single hosting account.
I installed WP on http://www.a.com no problem, but GD forces me to register http://www.b.com as a subdirectory to http://www.a.com. Because of this, I can’t install WP on the root of http://www.b.com, instead having to install it on http://www.b.com/wordpress. Not only that, but a.com and b.com are mirrored (aliased maybe? Not really sure how that works), so any change I make to one effects both.
How do I get around this? How do I make http://www.a.com and http://www.b.com completely separate and independent? If I try shifting the index.php and .htaccess from http://www.b.com/wordpress to the root, they’ll overwrite http://www.a.com.
GoDaddy’s help system has been of exactly zero help, as they completely fail to understand what the issue is.
If someone could help me, I’d be greatly indebted to them, because they would be super, super cool.
And use little words, if possible. Like I said, I’m still pretty new at this whole shebang.
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