Using .htaccess to put Wordpress in its own directory. Problem is that civicrm was installed using the subdirectory after the domain name. I try to update the path and wordpress logs out. Anything I try to do with Civicrm logs me out of Wordpress. I can't seem to get around this problem. If I edit my settings file, civicrm will not work.
To the best of my knowledge, CiviCRM does not work if WordPress is installed in its own directory rather than the default location. I have not tested this recently, but
- I know it did not work in the initial versions of CiviCRM for WordPress,
- I haven't heard about any change to this, and
- I haven't had any reason to have WordPress in its own directory.
Notes in CRM-16421 also indicate that it's still an issue as of 4.6.
My advice is to get WordPress back out of its own directory and try again. It may not be your preference, but it's what works.
Probably a file permission problem... did you copy the files yourself?
You need to make sure the paths are correct (do this with the configuration file instead of the database...)
Then check the file owners and permissions in your new directory structure... The directories would be 755 and the files 644... for this to work the file owners should be the web server ...
Hope this helps...