Which: Redirect Blog Main Page on Aliased Domain or Move Blog Files Up a Level?
I have been searching for hours and cannot find a thread that I recognize as my solution; so after all this reading I’m so confused the answer may well be right in front of me and I cannot see it.
I have a client’s domain aliased under my own domain. I was told by the hosting company that since it was an alias, I needed to download WordPress into a subdirectory instead of the alias root, so I did. So now the path is: http://mydomain/clientdomain/blog. I was looking up how to redirect the main page so that the client doesn’t have to type in the goofy: clientdomain/blog to get the blog to come up but instead can just type: clientdomain.com.
Now I’m thinking: Why do all that; maybe I just should have downloaded WordPress into the alias clientdomain root anyway in the first place. There is a lot of content and customization I’ve implemented, so I don’t want to lose it.
I don’t mind saying: Even after downloading, activating and looking through the edit page of Angusman’s and D. Chait’s redirect plugins, I’m confused about how to do that. (php does not come naturally to me!)
Am I making this difficult? Should I just move the blog files up a level?
Thank you in advance from Catherine.
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