I've tried a few different ways of writing a .htaccess file, found online (eg http://devmoose.com/coding/20-htaccess-hacks-every-web-developer-should-know-about), but can't get them to do what I want. I'm no web developer, so need to some expert help...
I have a lot of folders at the root of my website, one of which contains my Wordpress site.
At the moment, I use meta refresh in the index.html file, eg http://www.mydomain.com/index.html, to take visitors to my wordpress site.
I've tried using .htaccess in the root folder, redirecting visitors from index.html file (http://www.mydomain.com/index.html) to the Wordpress folder, but it messes up the links to other folders, like my other blog, a folder and a subdomain.
Could someone tell me what I can put in the .htaccess file, please? I need it to ignore all folders and just take visitors that arrive at http://www.mydomain.com/. If they want to go to http://www.mydomain.com/another/folder/on/my/website/, then they're not going to get redirected to my Wordpress site.