Have you accidentally installed WordPress on yourdomain.com/blog rather than just yourdomain.com ?
This issue occurs because Installatron (the tool which installs apps on your cPanel account) puts in the /blog by default whenever you create a WordPress site, and you have to remove the /blog during the set up process.
It happens to the best of us, and luckily, there’s quite an easy fix. You just need to clone your site and choose a different directory.
For this guide, you’ll need to create a subdomain first to host the cloned site.
This guide will show you how to clone a WordPress installation onto a subdirectory.
You’ll want to click on the middle one. If you hover over it, it should tell you this button means to clone.
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