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I am a little confused with what you are saying. You said that it takes a few extra steps to set up a WordPress website at the root of the domain rather than /wordpress. That is not the case. Plus my whole point is that beginners simply upload the wordpress folder after unzipping. Can you explain why a website owner should use several subdomains? I do recognise that there is a situation where a person might want to do that, but 99.99% of people do not want to set WordPress up on that way. Subdomains are recognised as separate domains by Google. Subdomains should be reserved for things like image hosting and forums (though I still prefer website.com/forums than forums.website.com).I am a little confused with what you are saying. You said that it takes a few extra steps to set up a WordPress website at the root of the domain rather than /wordpress. That is not the case. Plus my whole point is that beginners simply upload the wordpress folder after unzipping. Can you explain why a website owner should use several subdomains? I do recognise that there is a situation where a person might want to do that, but 99.99% of people do not want to set WordPress up on that way. Subdomains are recognised as separate domains by Google. Subdomains should be reserved for things like image hosting and forums (though I still prefer website.com/forums than forums.website.com).I am a little confused with what you are saying. You said that it takes a few extra steps to set up a WordPress website at the root of the domain rather than /wordpress. That is not the case. Plus my whole point is that beginners simply upload the wordpress folder after unzipping. Can you explain why a website owner should use several subdomains? I do recognise that there is a situation where a person might want to do that, but 99.99% of people do not want to set WordPress up on that way. Subdomains are recognised as separate domains by Google. Subdomains should be reserved for things like image hosting and forums (though I still prefer website.com/forums than forums.website.com).I am a little confused with what you are saying. You said that it takes a few extra steps to set up a WordPress website at the root of the domain rather than /wordpress. That is not the case. Plus my whole point is that beginners simply upload the wordpress folder after unzipping. Can you explain why a website owner should use several subdomains? I do recognise that there is a situation where a person might want to do that, but 99.99% of people do not want to set WordPress up on that way. Subdomains are recognised as separate domains by Google. Subdomains should be reserved for things like image hosting and forums (though I still prefer website.com/forums than forums.website.com ___________________________________

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