OK, here’s the deal:
I originally hosted my blog as a directory in my own website, like this:
It runs without problems. Then I decided to buy a new domain, like this:
I used my webhosting Control Panel to redirect all visitors reaching http://www.ivangabaldon.com/rideintobirdland, so that they end up at http://www.rideintobirdland.com, and started using the newer, shorter domain name when promoting my new posts through social networks. I continued hosting all data in my website, since I still have enough space and I didn’t think a separate hosting plan was really needed.
Now, here’s the problem I have: the new domain works OK if you’re reading the blog, but the menus to log in or subscribe do not work, unless one goes back to the complete, original domain (www.ivangabaldon.com/rideintobirdland). This defeats the whole purpose of having a new, shorter domain, because readers who may be interested in subscribing cannot do so from the new domain.
Please help! How can I solve this? And thanks a bunch in advance. 🙂
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