To start, I did read this article:
I just want to clarify if these same rules apply for a domain that is not the primary domain.
I got my wordpress/blog domain name and hosting from my existing NetFirms hosting package for my professional website. From what I understand my main domain name (ennscribe.com) will always truly be at the root of my blog (clocklesshours.com). I would like to make clocklesshours the address of my blog and not include my professional domain at all (ennscribe).
When I installed, I created a directory named “clocklesshours” instead of naming it wordpress, so that the true address is:
On my second domain (clockless hours), I created a redirect to
to bypass the ennscribe.com.
OK. In my WordPress Options, this is what defaulted for my WordPress address:
This is what defaulted for my Blog Address:
2. Netfirms created the nfblog directory. Is this really necessary? Can I move everything into the clocklesshours directory and bypass the nfblog folder??
I would ideally like the address to be: http://www.clocklesshours.com
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