EASIER said than done my friend.. I got my butt kicked trying to do this every which way - it's a lot harder to do within a directory of a domain and not on the root level.
Originally Posted by Dr.Marie
Yeah, exactly - I figured that out the hard way while chugging coffee and stressing out what the heck was going on. Lesson learned though, right? Part of the SEO job - learning something new everyday.
Originally Posted by channel5
That's what I did. I manually created the folders and uploaded a file; however, browsers automatically added the / at the end of the URL, something I DID not want.
Originally Posted by NathanielB
According to the PR, they are treated as two sites - and as far as layout/structure - I don't care too much, this is just a site I'm playing with to test some SEO tactics so at the end of the day, I just got it because it's in my niche and can feed my money site.
Originally Posted by distinctseo
Yeah, Josh was kind enough to help me yesterday try to figure out how to force remove the "/" of a URL via htaccess file - we tried a half a dozen ways with no success. Josh had a good idea to just manually create those categories in WordPress and name the posts "1" within category "20/" and adding an "entry" prefix to all blog URLs.
Originally Posted by jsteele823