WordPress AS a new web site with top-level domain - How to do it? (3 posts)

  1. Audentes
    Posted 4 years ago #


    Newbie seeks help! Thanks in advance.

    I have bought my first paid hosting with DIRECTNIC (great pricing, by the way, you can buy one month, or 3 months at a time).

    PART I

    My intent is to have WordPress AS my site UNDER my new domain "http://www.christmasdreamthemes.com"

    and also take advantage of my 5 gigs of hosting space to set up several other WordpPress sites (which I have done, I have 5 more in various stages of development that I have moved over to my new paid space).

    I have probably done this all wrong from the start... because now, I can't seem to find a correct and easy way (I think they use the word "compliant", whatever that means) to put my first WordPress site directly under my domain http://www.christmasdreamthemes.com --

    Here's my WP url:


    Could some kind soul please tell me, is there a seamless way to put this under my domain http://www.christmasdreamthemes.com ?


    I have set up several WP sites in the same hosting space, and probably, I will use them all AS sites and disable commenting; although maybe I will allow comments in a part of one of them.

    I would like to seamlessly & correctly integrate EACH of my WP urls directly under its own top-level domain.

    For example, I want to integrate this WP site:


    directly under http://www.habeascorpuscanada.com

    If there is a correct, professional, SIMPLE way for me (NEWBIE) to do this, which also allows me to use the typical meta tags for title, description, etc., I will be grateful to know.

    Thanks for your time.

  2. govpatel
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Looks like your domain name is not configured properly as it should point to public_html and then you have folder in public_html

    If you want to have your wordpress on your domain name then you use it from directory instructions here

  3. Audentes
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi, thank you, I will read this in the morning. Appreciate your time.

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