Choosing custom location


#1

I want to install a second installation of wordpress into my site using a subfolder.

Tried adding a subfolder to the command line:

ee site create example.com/subfolder --wpsubdir --w3tc

But that didn’t work… seemed to erase the forward slash. Any other ways of doing this? Doesn’t seem to be an option for choosing a custom install location in the config file.


#2

@Peter1

ee site create example.com/subfolder –wpsubdir –w3tc

EasyEngine don’t have command to install wordpress inside other site webroot.

Reference: https://github.com/rtCamp/easyengine/issues/66


#3

So I can’t do:

ee site create example.com/subfolder –wpsubdir –w3tc

But I could do this?

ee site create subdomain.example.com –wpsubdir –w3tc

I was pretty confused by the comments on the link you sent me, so any help is very appreciated.


#4

@peter1

I’m assuming you want to create a WordPress Multisite with subdirectory,

example.com
example.com/subfolder.

For this you have to first create WordPress subdirectory

  
ee site create example.com –wpsubdir –w3tc  

Ref: https://github.com/rtCamp/easyengine/wiki/EE-WPSUBDIRECTORY#wordpress-subdirectory--w3-total-cache

Lets create example.com/blog
Ref: https://github.com/rtCamp/easyengine/wiki/EE-WPSUBDIRECTORY#wordpress-subdirectory-setup-guide


#5

Here’s the issue. I already have an installation of WordPress in my root. I want to add a second installation with a multisite/subfolder in a folder inside my root. So…

example.com – already has existing WP install with easy engine
example.com/folder – want to add second install using easyengine.

But when I do this command:
ee site create example.com/subfolder –wpsubdir –w3tc
The installer doesn’t recognize the forward slash so the install fails.

Does that help?


#6

As of now EasyEngine doesn’t create site inside other website web-root.
You have to manually do this as mentioned on https://github.com/rtCamp/easyengine/issues/66

example.com — already has existing WP install with easy engine

Also example.com is single wordpress website?
Let us know


#7

Hello @peter1,

It’s been a long time, and we haven’t heard from you. It looks like your issue is resolved.

I am closing this support ticket for now. Feel free to create a new support ticket if you have any queries further. :slight_smile:


#8