On that WordPress site or yours, you have the blog and things in a frameset. The frame page doesn’t have a title (nor
<html>etc.) so that’s why the window won’t show a title.
So Minna where should I write some code to make it work?
I can’t edit the index.html in the root of my website FTP. What could I do now?
Thanks for your help!
Why can’t you edit it? Can’t you make a new file with the same content (plus the html addition, title and things) and upload it?
You could just use the direct address to your WP installation (http://www.domenicofeliciani.com/wordpress) and not worry about the frame page? 🙂
Please guys don’t ask me what the hell happened… Suddenly my website started to work few minutes ago! Thanks for your help!
No webtitle again…I checked it this morning, and it’s not there. I’ve tried to add your code (podz’s code) into the index.php, but it doesn’t work. I tried to edit the index.html present in the root of my ftp, but it doesn’t work (Minna I had got to ask to my host to unlock the index.html in order to edit it, that was the problem few posts ago).
Via my website control panel I’m redirecting the homepage from http://www.mysite.com to http://www.mysite.com/wordpress; can this be the problem? Any suggestion to make webpress to load when you type http://www.mysite.com?
Thanks a lot for your help!
Podz’s code was the one that was on your page (the index.html in your root folder). It only has the frameset and that why it doesn’t show any title. Frameset is supposed to be in the place of the
<body>tags so there has to be the usual
<html>etc. as I wrote in my post (lazy to write them again 🙂 ). I don’t think the problem is with the redirecting, except that your WordPress site does get stuck inside a frame because of it.
When you say you tried editing the index.html in your root and it doesn’t work, how doesn’t it work? Can’t you edit it? If you can, are you *sure* adding the html code (in a post of mine above) before the frameset tags doesn’t work?
Finally I made it, my host helped me in that. The problem was the string that the website control panel added in the index.html file present in the FTP root folder. The guys over my host told me to:
– Delete index.html in the root folder
– Create a new file called .htaccess and upload it in the root folder. This file must only contain this code:
Redirect 301 / http://xxxxxxxxx
That’s it, and the redirection in this way is supported much better from search engine like Google
Thanks a lot for your help Minna!
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