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Old 3rd September 2007, 08:48
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Do I need to ask the customer to create a co-domain, say, test.customer.com - and have it point at the newly created site on my ispconfig server? In order for this to work I guess I must first create this co-domain myself (again, no dns entries).
You have to add a co-domain were you have a existing dns a-record pointing to your server.

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So when the site is ready, I move the site from http://test.customer.com to just http://customer.com by moving all files from the "web/test" folder to "web" folder, and have the customer change the 'A' dns entry of customer.com to the value of the shared ip of my ispconfig server.
You dont have to do anything or move any files when you are ready because the site is already perfectly prepared. Just tell your customer to point his domain to your server, thats all. No moving of sites, files or any reconfiguration.
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