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Please how do i return to the default path something like this after working on the wordpress installation

  http://fittergroup.com/blog/   to  http://fittergroup.com/
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Could you elaborate? "Return" how and where? –  Rarst Apr 17 at 12:58
    
please i want to blog folder where all the content are back to the main path like this fittergroup.com so that when it is typed it will not be fittergroup.com/blog but all i am getting is that wp-login is returning back to /blog/wp-login.pgp –  ubilli Apr 17 at 13:00
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Sorry. This question is still not clear, even with the comment (which actually seems to introduce addition complications). Please edit the question with all of the relevant information. –  s_ha_dum Apr 17 at 13:22
    
Are you saying you setup a multisite and now your blogs all have /blog/ on the front of their URLs, and you want to know how to undo this? –  Tom J Nowell Apr 17 at 14:12
    
yes Tom J Nowell that is what i mean –  ubilli Apr 17 at 16:21

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If I have read this correctly... If you want to have your url as fittergroup.com but leave all your files in fittergroup.com/blog take a look at the Wordpress documentation on 'Giving WordPress Its Own Directory'

In your 'General' settings panel:

In the box for WordPress address (URL): change the address to the new location of your main WordPress core files. Example: http://example.com/wordpress

In the box for Site address (URL): change the address to the root directory's URL. Example: http:// example.com

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well what i did was to copy the content of the /blog to the root folder and drop it there well it is working now thank gues. –  ubilli Apr 17 at 16:33

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