I have WordPress installed in a sub-directory "wp" under root. I set all the .htaccess properly, and the site loads just fine under the domain root (i.e. no "wp" in the URL's).
I've now installed Hummingbird, and it added some rules to the .htaccess under the root folder. I'm wondering: is this the right place for these rules, instead of the .htaccess under the "wp" folder?
I'm asking because when I installed WP Super Cache, it specifically asked for its .htaccess rules to be manually copied to the sub-directory version. It should be performed manually, as apparently WordPress can write only to the top level .htaccess.
So seeing Hummingbird's rules in the root's version, I was wondering whether I should copy them to the sub-directory version as well?
Thanks so much