How To Install WordPress on Subdirectory
When we created a WordPress website, we would want to start a WordPress website on its own domain name (for example, yourdomain.com). However, sometimes we may want to create additional websites on the same domain name. In some cases, wouldn’t it be nice if we can have:
1) different languages websites; but, under the same domain or even a subdomain name?
2) eCommerce website; but, under the same domain or even a subdomain name?
If you ever think of this, in this tutorial, we will show you how to set up WordPress in a subdirectory without affecting the parent domain name.
There are no additional plugins needed, but you will need access to your website’s cPanel, which is provided by your web host.
The steps in this tutorial as follow:
1) Login to your cPanel account which is provided by your web host
2) Click at the “WordPress”
3) Create WordPress in a subdirectory
Just three steps. Is it cool?
For more details, you can watch the video below:
With this tutorial, you will be able to setup/create/add/install the subdirectory WordPress in a subdirectory if you have cPanel access.
In short, I am Zevin from DMC. I have shared with you how to install the WordPress subdirectory.
I hope you will be able to pick up a quick skill to create or add WordPress subdirectory. Hope this tutorial will help you in your WordPress Development.
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