When and How to Install WordPress in a Subdirectory

A website owner might, for various reasons, decide to create additional sites in the same domain. Usually, it is either to segment a subsection of a site (e.g. blog or a shop) or to make a testing environment. The former is done to improve the site’s structure and readability or to target a specific audience. The latter is done to allow for making or testing any site changes safely. To create those additional sites, subdomains or subdirectories should be used. In this article we’ll cover the following topics:

Creating a new subdirectory

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When and How to Install WordPress in a Subdirectory

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