I’m sure this has been answered here before: in fact, I’ve found a couple answers in the forum archives, so I’m unsure of the best way to do this and I’d like some clarification:
When someone navigates to mydhdomain.tld/ I would like them to be redirected to mydhdomain.tld/blog/ . What is the Best Way to do this?
I’ve seen suggestions of using .htaccess to do a redirect, but also suggestions that that won’t work (I don’t want recursive mydhdomain.tld/blog/blog/blog/…); is there a special index.* that I can put in mydhdomain.tld/ to accomplish this?
…/blog/ is where my wordpress installation is. I don’t want to set up wordpress so it displays at mydhdomain.tld/ --I’m imagining I might want some other front page eventually, or something; I don’t want mangled internal links in my blog if I change its display location and permalink structure at some point in the future. Rather, I just want anyone arriving at mydhdomain.tld/ to get dropped at mydhdomain.tld/blog , set up in such a way that I can easily undo it later if I want to put up some mydhdomain.tld/index.html that welcomes folks to the site and links to my blog, or something.
Thanks in advance!