Error 404 after placing WordPress in a sub-directory

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Bill_K / 8 Points
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2013-01-25 5:21 pm EST
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During initial setup of WordPress, I placed WordPress in a sub-directory (http://mydomain.com/wordpress). When I saved changes, the Error 404 page was returned. I can no longer access mydomain.com/wp-admin. Neither can I access mydomain.com/wordpress. Please advise. Thanks!

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arnelc
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2013-01-25 5:48 pm EST
Hello Bill_K,

When you moved the site, you didn't change the information for the URL in the database. This has been corrected for you. In the future you can also use the following article for reference if you have migrate your site to a different location on the server:

Moving Worpress into a different folder

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Arnel C.

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