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I have a WordPress site hosted on GoDaddy, it's a Windows server, (i have the web.config set up). and .htaccess correctly configured. The site was working on example.com/wordpress , as it was a development test. I moved the site to example.com .

I changed the site url and wordpress URL to example.com on the database through PhpMyAdmin, and updated the permalink structure.

I also updated all the wp_post 'content' field to change the URL's.


When I try to Log In to the admin panel through example.com/wp-admin, the URL shows as


Why could this be happening if both the site url and wordpress url match, and match with the database.

Additional Notes

This isn't a cache issue (At least not on the browser's side), I have tried different browsers, and I do most of the testing on incognito chrome windows.

I have tried setting update_optionfor both siteurl and home in functions.php and:


I also tried the Relocate Method explained on the Codex http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_The_Site_URL

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Do you see correct URLs showing in Settings > General? –  Rarst Nov 4 '13 at 9:39
Yes. It displays both URLs as the new one. (example.com) –  Jesús Otero Nov 4 '13 at 10:39

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