Websites on WordPress

Subdomains and Subdirectories

A subdomain is a part of a larger domain, typically representing a specific section or function of the main website. It shows up as a prefix to the main domain name and is isolated by a period. For instance, in “blog.example.com”, “blog” is the subdomain.

On the other hand, a subdirectory is a directory within the main domain that houses specific content or sections of a website. It appears as an extension to the main domain name separated by a forward slash. For example, in “example.com/blog”, “blog” is the subfolder.

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Why and When to use Subdomains

Subdomains are mainly used to segregate the parts of a business operations. 

Why and When to use Subfolders

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