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I'm hoping someone out there can help me out with this issue, I'm new to web design, doing my best to build something credible to keep costs down plus learn a few things also.
I've recently registered a doamin name with a hosting company and I've have been using their diy website editior (wysiwyg). I've noticed that they used 'Fantasico' and I've now installed Joomla 1.5 and have now created a sub directory, i.e. www.example.com/joomla. My question is this. My old site is still active, www.example.comu - how can i setup my site to just use joomla and lose the joomla extension on the URL
I'd like users just to type in example.com and go straight to the joomla based site, currently they would go to the wysiwyg site- but i have set up a redirect at the moment.
Any feedback would be great.
[edited by: engine at 9:56 am (utc) on April 25, 2008]
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I've not used Joomla (yet) but can't you tell it where to install it? if you can install it at root level rather than in its own folder.
If not you can, via .htaccess, tell it to automatically go to the /joomla folder when someone dials in www.example.com.au/
If you can edit your post URLs are not allowed here we use example.com instead