Bryson Web Production, Inc. assisted the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) with a complete redesign of our Web site and integration into the YogaServer CMS, and the process could not have gone more smoothly. By taking care of the technical details, Tracy made it easy for us to focus on the content and organization of the site. She is constantly improving YogaServer to make it as intuitive and user-friendly as possible. Best of all, she responds quickly and efficiently to any questions or issues that arise. ACU could not have achieved as successful a Web site makeover at an affordable cost with any other provider.

Kathie Westpheling, MPH
Executive Director
Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU)

Went above and beyond the scope of the project. Tracy thinks of the whole and not just the task at hand, which makes her an outstanding part of my team. First time I’ve worked with her and will definitely work with her again. Fast, great communication skills, creative and hard working. Yes, you can tell I am very happy with her work!

Running WP in the Root Directory with Another Website (non-php)

Our legacy site operates from We wanted to develop our site in wordpress, right there, and to not have to move it later. All of our code for hosting clients is written in Cold Fusion, and it would not be a logical expense to try to re-code it all into WP’s php.

So, with some fiddling with .htaccess and permalinks, we were able to have visitors to continue to receive the ColdFusion site, and also to view and manage our new WP site.

We used an iframe in the hosting section, to pull in the cold fusion pages.

Then be issue became how WP handles the home page. With the Cold Fusion page at as the default, all links from within the WP site linked out of it. And, we couldn’t actually see your WP Home Page.

Here are the tweaks that worked for us:

Copy home.php my-home.php

Add this to the top of my-home.php

Create new page in WP called “Home”, which uses the “My Home” template.

Get the permalink URL by viewing the page. It will look something like this:

Add it to your Menu as a custom link, using that URL.

And, that should do the trick!