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Step#1: Using git clone the latest CMB2 resources to your working project. Step#2: Rename the CMB2-master (or anything else) folder to cmb. Step#3: In your project's functions.php simply use the following code: if( !class_exists("CMB2") ){ require_once( dirname(__FILE__)."/libs/cmb/init.php" ); } (I put all my external libraries to ...


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It can be done, I did it here for example: http://krimsonkloverdev.malbert.me/ - dev site with seperate wordpress install http://www.malbert.me/ - main site on root level. I set everything up at my host, I'd recommend you just contact them first and be sure you can have separate database installs as that's basically all you need.


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For the sake of anyone interested in the answer to this question, I am posting here the following answer that I received in the WordPress.org support forums. leejosepho graciously provided the following answer: Yes, that is possible. Save 'http://dem0site.net' in both boxes at Dashboard > Settings > General, then cPanel-assign and -point your domain to ...


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I had forgotten to define the location of wp-content in my wp-config.php : define( 'WP_CONTENT_DIR', dirname(__FILE__) . '/wp-content' ); define( 'WP_CONTENT_URL', 'http://'.$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].'/wp-content' ); define( 'WP_PLUGIN_DIR', dirname(__FILE__) . '/wp-content/plugins' );


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On some webhosting configurations, Wordpress automatic updates fail. In my experience, if it is not file permission, then it is an issue related to file ownership. Try the FTP method. Add the following lines in your wp-config.php define('FS_METHOD', 'ftpext'); define('FTP_USER', 'YOUR FTP LOGIN'); define('FTP_PASS', 'YOUR FTP PASSWORD'); define('FTP_HOST', ...


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Your .htaccess rules are cascading from the level they are defined on downwards. So in this case whatever rules you have in root apply to both subfolders. You need: Only rules that affect whole site in root Any WordPress rules in subfolder it's in And same for CodeIgniter



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