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If the files are static HTML, then you only need to be concerned with name collisions for the directory structure. And if you don't have anything in WordPress that generates /demo/subfolder/ you don't have to worry about ignoring it - it's already ignored. I have a sandbox folder that I use for a similar purpose as you and haven't had to implement anything ...


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You can request WordPress to ignore the subdirectory structure by adding these rules in .htaccess. Add them within <Ifmodule mod_rewrite.c> But generally if there is no page such as demo, WordPress ignores it and the static page is rendered. RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/Demo_directory/(.*)$



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