For some reason I had a brain fart when I set up a blog for a professor friend. Not paying attention, I set up a subdomain of my GoDaddy hosting plan to be: http://litasprophecy.com/blog . . . when I prefer it to be just http://litasprophecy.com.
I know just enough to be dangerous (to myself) and get (myself) in trouble, but I'd like to ask if anybody has any suggestions about how to get rid of the /blog off the URL (in other words . . . make http://litasprophecy.com/blog become http://litasprophecy.com).
I think I know what to do, but I really don't want to screw it up. I realize there is some work involved, and that's OK. It's not a super important site -- just something I set up for a professor friend, but it could turn into something bigger if he wants it to. Getting rid of the /blog just tidies up things a bit and makes it easier to tell students where to go.
Anyway, thought I'd ask. I'm happy to see a GoDaddy community.
Thanks in advance for any insight. Best to all.
The web address for WordPress is based on where it is installed. So you would want it in the root directory (/) instead of a sub-directory (/blog). Here are a few articles on moving the files:
Thanks. Yes, the root directory. I should have asked for the best way to move the files to be he root with the least disruption. These articles should help.
i appreciate it.