I then thought it would be easy to add another Wordpress site.
I added the details for the Wordpress site to the /etc/Caddyfile.
Caddy would not restart. I fiddled with the settings, no luck, then just deleted the added Wordpress details so that the original /etc/Caddyfile content was left, but now it still won’t start. journalctl -u caddy gives me 2017/07/28 05:42:43 /etc/Caddyfile:51 - Parse error: Unexpected EOF and again 2017/07/28 05:44:08 /etc/Caddyfile:52 - Parse error: Unexpected EOF
Other Wordpress tutorials suggested particular plugins to be bundled with Caddy, but all I used to install that was the above script. Why would Caddy be stalling here. I thought all I needed to do was add to the Caddyfile.
PhP is installed, fastcgi / /var/run/php/php7.0-fpm.sock php, and running.
I am not sure if my reverse
Any ideas? Is there more to running both Ghost blogs and a Wordpress blogs?