Last post Aug 17, 2017 06:13 AM by hostingaspnet
Aug 11, 2017 07:41 PM|jeffcarter|LINK
can i install wordpress in a folder on asp.net hosting along with .net website?
In this case, can i configure wordpress for same domain as .net website and use wordpress pages with URL with simple folder name in it.
So .net site url will be: www.mysite.com,
and wordpress url will be. www.mysite/wp/, www.mysite/wp/Page1
Aug 11, 2017 07:45 PM|homertechnologies|LINK
You can create a subdirectory , and install wordpress in it and run.
if it is in the same folder, then it depends on your asp.net application how it handles url.
Both asp.net and wordpress will fight to re write the url.
So yes you can do it. but make your subdirectory as an application
Aug 14, 2017 07:55 AM|Billy Liu|LINK
Wordpress is written in PHP and runs on Apache.
What's your server? Is it iis?
If so, you could try to refer to the links below for solution:
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Aug 14, 2017 09:37 AM|Giaotoviet|LINK
I have the same question, thanks for sharing!
Aug 16, 2017 05:53 AM|Masterpiece88|LINK
Of course yes, you can install it on your subfolder, why not? The most important thing that your provider support PHP.
Aug 17, 2017 06:13 AM|HostingASPNet|LINK
Yes, you can install Wordpress site along with ASP.NET site and to be in the same folder, the one will have index.php as default document the other default.aspx. Because they have different documents, .i.e. *.php and *.aspx, there should be no conflict for
URL rewriting rules. Wordpress is perfectly supported by IIS and you could also use wincache for PHP opcode caching.