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I have Joomla 3 installed on my host and am building my site. When I try to go to my site, I get 404 not found. Joomla has added /joomla30 to my site and must be added in order to access my website. How can I change this?

  • Can you elaborate more on your issue? what is joomla30? is it folder? do you have SEF enabled in your site? – Sahil Purav May 1 '15 at 3:29
  • Have you edited your .htaccess file? – jonboy May 1 '15 at 8:16
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This is probably due to the name of the folder. If you have joomla inside, for example: root/joomla30/ and you didn't configure anything yet, then you will surely be able to get to joomla only by typing http://mywebsite.com/joomla30.

After a complete installation, you will be able to redirect joomla30 to anythingyouwant using your .htaccess file.

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This could be related to your .htaccess file. Check if this file has something like

RewriteBase /joomla30

inside. Also make sure Joomla is installed in the root directory of your domain, and not in a subdirectory.

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