Giving wordpress its own directory

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New Member
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Hi,

I want to create WordPress blog into its own directory (myshop.com/blog/).

First i create a new subdomain name "blog.myshop.com", then i create a directory with name "blog" and copy wordpress files there and had installed them. After that i process to this guide (Giving WordPress Its Own Directory), step by step. And...it's doesn't work =(

Is this even possible to handle a wordpress blog and shopify together?

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Excursionist
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I'm assuming you have another hosting account where you've uploaded the WP files and created the subdomain. As long as your DNS is setup to point blog.myshop.com -> WP and everything else to shop.myshopify.com then shouldn't be an issue.

Is the DNS controlled by the domain registrar or your server host?

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New Member
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I'm using the same hosting account.

Here, what Peter answer on my question...

http://support.myshopify.com/discussions/questions/1496-giving-wordpress-its-own-directory

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Shopify Partner
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Hello Roman,

Please check out my StoryBook ‑ WP Blog Connector app here: https://apps.shopify.com/storybook-wp-blog-connector

The app acts as a proxy, it connects your WordPress blog with your Shopify store. All WordPress posts/categories/tags and such are instantly available within your store.

You will find most of the WordPress features available, more we implement server-side caching under the hood, there is a good chance that your Shopify blog is way faster than your original WordPress blog.


Best,
Ionel

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