lorne17 — 2012-03-04T16:01:56-05:00 — #1
I have my website here: http://www.sprocketdb.com and if you notice when you go there it automatically redirects you to http://www.sprocketdb.com/old/index.html. This is automatically redirected by index.html. I have installed wordpress in my root folder, however whenever I go to http://www.sprocketdb.com/index.php it jumps me to the old/index.html file.
Is there something I can put into the index.php for wordpress install so I can see my homepage. Basically I am creating this site and wanting to edit it live, while my traffic still is redirected to old site rather than the new one. I am in need of showing the client their new homepage, but I can't acces index.php without it redirecting me.
Is there another URL I can give them or some code I can put into index.php?
ssj — 2012-03-05T01:04:27-05:00 — #2
Check your htaccess file. Redirection code should be added over there... If you find it, remove it from there and you're done.
lorne17 — 2012-03-05T12:03:14-05:00 — #3
I actually have my redirection in my index.html head file. The .htaccess doesn't have any redirection in there.
Should I not have the index.html file doing it and add to htaccess? If so, what code do I use to redirect it to www.sprocketdb.com/old/index.html? I don't have really any experience working in .htaccess files.