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YES you can install wordpress to every diectory where you want to run as site. Like you run site on www.domain.com , Now you want to run 1 more wordpress site to www.domain.com/test1 then you need to install wordpress in test1 folder/directory and configure new database. Site default content and theme will display with new wordpress.
This file is just there if the server (Apache, Nginx, Lighttp, etc.) is not properly set up and allowing this kind of file system access for guests. To properly set up your Apache for e.g., just add the following to your .htaccess Options –Indexes which will lead to a Forbidden|403 for everyone trying to access your directory structure (prevents directory ...
Try to visit through the folder structure of your site from the browser: http://example.com/wp-content/ You will see a blank page. That's actually is the index.php which's content is very simple - a commented out PHP string: <?php // Silence is golden. Remove the file and visit the URL again. You will see the file structure completely. So your file ...
I use define('UPLOADS', 'wp-content/folder'); in my config.php file right under require_once(ABSPATH.’wp-settings.php’); You can try to change the folder to something like %postname% define('UPLOADS', 'wp-content/%postname%');
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