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Only Apache is "responsible for caring" that your script is PHP. AFAIK, whether you need to use AddHandler or AddType depends on whether your PHP is installed as a module or as CGI. You can try creating .htaccess in wp-mybiz/ folder containg some of the common solutions/workarounds 1) AddType application/x-httpd-php .php 2a) AddHandler application/x-httpd-...


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After these years I hope this will still answer your question... I think I've got the situation working you want. Allthough I don't have the Wordpress installation in '/subfolder/', but I've a installation 'in subdirectory' per language, and on the same level: my-domain.com/nl/ -> this is primary installation, site id = 1 my-domain.com/en/ -> this ...


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It was a server missconfiguration in httpd.conf: <Directory /> AllowOverride None </Directory> had to be changed in AllowOverride All. I should have realized this sooner, but it eluded me since I thought the override was working on the main installation, but it wasn't. I didn't notice it, because it was a one-page website. Once I turned ...



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