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Old 6th January 2007, 07:14
dhonnoll78 dhonnoll78 is offline
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Default No it is really simple

Okay once you finally reload. build your first website
when you add your second website make sure that ssl is not checked off then put them both on the same IP address
once you do that you now have more than 1 page on just 1 IP like me
www.missionnicaragua.net and
www.literaltranslations.com
1 static ip from my provider DNS opened up in NAT on my DSL Router
Then the one IP that it goes to that is the IP that I share both of my web pages on
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