[wp-hackers] blog directory on the same level as pages

Carthik Sharma carthik at gmail.com
Wed Oct 26 20:51:46 GMT 2005

On 10/26/05, Austin Matzko <ajmatzko at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'd like an easy way to have pages on the same level as the blog
> directory when using permalinks. In other words, I'd have WordPress
> in the top-level directory, with pages such as www.example.com/about<http://www.example.com/about>
> ,
> but the blog entries would be under www.example.com/blog<http://www.example.com/blog>,
> so a typical
> blog post might look like www.example.com/blog/2005/10/26/blog-entry<http://www.example.com/blog/2005/10/26/blog-entry>.
> The problem is that I can't see any way to do that without a lot of
> hand-coding of htaccess every time I update the permalink structure
> (e.g. every time I add a new page). Is there an easier way to do this
> that I'm missing?

It is not easy, and involves quite a few hacks, a modified plugin etc. I
have such a setup going on my website.

If you are game to learn from this, and later produce a page on the Codex
describing how to do it, I can let you sneak a peek at my source :)

I call it, will-share-for-docs :)


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