trying to get to wordpress

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haleymax / 5 Points
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2013-04-11 4:12 pm EST
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Your site says wordpress was installed into http://stephenrpell.com/dir, but when I click on that I get an error message 404 and something about an apache server.
How do I access wordpress? How do I access http://stephenrpell.com/dir

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OK, so

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haleymax
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2013-04-30 02:20 pm EST

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arnelc
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2013-04-11 5:33 pm EST
Hello Haleymax,

You can't use your domain name in the installation path unless you change the domain to point to our hosting services. Currently, you have stephenrpell.com pointed to servers on another hosting service. So, if you add ANYTHING to the end of the url following the server name, it will look there for that address/application.

You would have change what you are using for the installation settings for wordpress, or use a different domain name that is pointing to our hosting service. You can change the domain name to your temporary URL. Here's an article on how to install Wordpress to a temporary URL:

Install Wordpress to Temporary URL

Once you have the URL corrected,then you will not see the 404 errors. If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Regards,

Arnel C.
Community Support

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