One of the things that has made WordPress the world’s most popular content management system is that it’s so easy to set up and use. There is one problem that people often run into after they set up their WordPress site, though. Their URL is followed by “/wordpress/”, like “”. That looks clunky and unprofessional. Imagine if the sites for The New Yorker or Wired had “/wordpress/” in their URL (both of those sites actually are powered by WordPress, by the way). It’s just not right. The root of the problem is that when you installed WordPress, it was saved

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