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I have a Magento installation in /store but I actually want the store to be visible from / without cluttering up my domain root.

Is this possible without 301 directs?

I know in Wordpress it's pretty simple, but I'm not overly familiar with Magento.

Thanks

EDIT:

I've tried using a rewrite e.g

RewriteEngine On  
RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^domain\.co.uk$  
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/store/  
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ /store/$1  

That works for everything except the home page i.e works with /index.php but not /

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Yes it is possible with redirects but it's not a very elegant solution.

If your domain root is a Magento store, I do not see how it will clutter up the root directory?

If you are using a hosting control panel like cPanel, I understand that it may be messy when you have Subdomains and/or Addon Domains in the root "public_html" or "www" directory along with all the website files and for such cases there's actually a better solution, which is to set the document root for the Subdomains and/or Addon Domains to a folder which is outside of "public_html" or "www".

  • My magento store in a folder in the domain root called /store. I also have a wordpress installation in /blog and multiple other directories in the domain root too. I don't want to move magento to / as I don;t want all the magento directories mixed up with everything else when I'm file browsing. – C-M Dec 12 '14 at 17:11
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I actually found the correct way of doing it in this thread:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12749733/how-to-direct-magento-installation-path-in-subfolder-to-main-domain-name

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