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wp-admin login dumps to page "Directory has no index file"

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  • Elan Technosys

    @elantechnosys

    CA-girl

    @ca-girl

    Same thing happens, just goes to my index.shtml. If I remove that, just gives me the same “Directory has no index file” error message.

    I’m a web developer new to WP and I don’t understand the WP directory structure. Is the content supposed to be under the main WP directory, or under wp-content, or ???

    Thanks for your help.

    WpSamCom

    @wpsamcom

    I think your host does not support php. You can use html files only.

    CA-girl

    @ca-girl

    I’ve tried php, html, and shtml files (with adjusted .htaccess to tell it the home page). If I have any of those files, wp-admin login goes to it; if I don’t, it gives me the “Directory has no index” message.

    I’m simply trying to log into my dashboard, not trying to get my home page to appear. Why is this so difficult?

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