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reconfigure to Manage whole website?!

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  • If you have root access, you can change the document root in the virtual host in your Apache configuration file.

    <VirtualHost *:80>
    DocumentRoot /www/example2
    ServerName http://www.example.org

    # Other directives here

    </VirtualHost>

    If you have any other website with index.php file in root then I am afraid to say that you will have use wordpress from directory as you can not have two index files in folder.

    Do you have a running site? URL?

    Thanks for replaying,

    chomachomachoma Could you elaborate more please, because I don’t quite get it !

    govpatel Indeed, but I don’t want to uninstall the current WP because that will mess up the theme for the blog on the website.
    The only reason I am trying to do this is because I wanna apply a whole new theme for the whole website using WP, unless there is another approach then I appreciate the guidance.
    Thanks

    Krishna
    Yes.
    This is the running website http://www.walayah.org/

    However, I can’t simply overwrite/replace the index.php & .htaccess files in the root because they will miss up many other essential things.

    Do you have different copies of the files in your /blog and root?

    Do you have different copies of the files in your /blog and root?

    Yes. I do.

    Your site is working fine now. Check it.

    Your site is working fine now. Check it.

    I have never said that the website is not working, so I wonder what you are referring to!

    I have never said that the website is not working, so I wonder what you are referring to!

    Sorry, if I misread what you stated, but I do not understand what exactly is your problem too. So, please wait for someone else to come and help with your problem.

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