In January, Chris Fidao posted a video to Servers for Hackers showing
how to put different PHP applications in different subdirectories and have them
serving on different paths with Nginx. I’ve had to do this a few times
previously, and it’s great to have this video as a reference.
In this video, we work through how to put your PHP application in a
subdirectory of another site.
For example, we may have an application running at example.org but need a
second application running at example.org/blog.
This feels like it should be simple, but it turns out to be more complex and
fraught with confusing Nginx configurations! To make matter worse (or,
perhaps, to illustrate this point), a quick Google search reveals a TON of
confusing, non-working examples.