Move all the static content (html, css, images, etc.) to a different directory (to use the example from the MT manual, use mt-static) and modify your mt.cfg file to add/change the StaticWebPath option to point to the location of the static files.
OK, that's sensible. But then requesting /movabletype still gives the error and /mt-static yields content without any css or images, even though all the stuff is in there.
Do i need to alias /movabletype as something else? It feels like there's missing step that any reasonably clever person would do automatically, but by definition, I'm missing.
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