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Is this normal behaviour? Yes. On a default Apache install, only index.html is set as the DirectoryIndex (the default setting). Either in the appropriate <VirtualHost> container, or main server config you need to add a <Directory> section that specifically targets the defined document root directory. For example: DocumentRoot /var/www/html &...


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I got it to work ! Yey! The answer lay somewhere in the General settings of the wp-admin site and my dyn account. I delted my dyn record from their site temporarely. Then I edited the configuration of my wordpress-site and folder in wp-admin. I changed it to the external IP and then it worked without index.php right away. Then I changed the values back to ...


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Ordinarily, requests for physical directories (and files) are not routed to WordPress. You could make an exception for this one folder (or URL) and specifically rewrite requests for /connect to index.php (the WordPress front-controller). Try the following before the # BEGIN WordPress section: # Override directory RewriteRule ^connect index.php [L]


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