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  • Use a domain mapping plugin. There are a couple, but they will handle that for you.

    They only work if the wordpress is hosted on the domain root, if I understand this correctly? Also, won’t put all blog posts under the /blog/ subdirectory?

    That is true. It doesn’t put the blogs under /blog/ though, unless that’s what you named the subdirectory in which you installed WP. The best you can do is park the domain on top and let the URLs change as they’re clicked on, but this is an issue with how Apache works (not WP).

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