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I ended up having 100s of crawl errors in Google Search Console for URLs that were ending in /blah.php and for some reason. Some even ended in .html, which was easy to resolve since WordPress doesn’t use .html files, but .php files. After failing to write my own .htaccess RewriteRule and RewriteCond code, i found some useful code that i was able to tailor to fit my needs. I’ve shared it below. This code […]

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PHP Server Configuration WordPress

So you installed WordPress in a sub-directory because you want your URL to still be simple, such as installed here yet visitors will see when navigating your site, but after doing so your blog posts and pages show up as a white blank page. Not good. Luckily, there’s a simple fix! Just update your .htaccess file in the main directory of where your site is located. I’ve put example code for the .htaccess […]

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