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Installing WordPress the Easy Way

 

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  1. matjaz
    matjaz says:

    Look promising :) I keep my finger crossed that you is possibile to have multilanguage blog (as i have multilang store via 3 storeviews.

    If my Magento is istalled in /store (and not in root folder of server) , shuld i still install WP in /myblog (as you show in video) or must be installed in magento subirectory – in my case in /store/myblog ?

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    • Matthew Ogborne
      Matthew Ogborne says:

      Howdy Matjaz,

      We won’t be covering multisite installs of WordPress, however it is possible and you’ll need their multi-site plugin from FishPig.

      And yes, I’d suggest putting the WordPress files in the subfolder as suggested.

      Matt

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      • Paul Cartwright
        Paul Cartwright says:

        Hi Matt,

        I am running multi stores and therefore will need multi blogs,I know that fishpig do a extension for this but should I tick multisite when installing wordpress?

        Also I have the option of installing a theme (using softaculous) should I pick one or leave it as default?

        Thanks
        Paul

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        • Matthew Ogborne
          Matthew Ogborne says:

          Howdy Paul,

          Your can set this afterwards, however if it’s clear that you need a multi-site installation from the start, yes tick that option and you will need their multi-site extension to manage multiple blogs for each fo the sites.

          Matt

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