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Old 17th June 2009, 15:14
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Default Guidance needed for setting up a subdomain, please

Hi, I searched the forum, but I found nothing that was very clear on how to achieve the following:

I have a site domain.com

I have a /subdomain directory inside /web, like this: /web/subdomain

I want subdomain.domain.com to point to /web/subdomain, /web/subdomain being new root dir for the site on the subdomain.

I want to access all files with the same FTP user.


Thanks!

P.S. I tried to setup a subdomain by just setting up a site for it and then added a DNS zone with the wizard if it were a different site, but it doesn't seem to work:
While the subdomain works correctly, the content of the subdomain is shown on the main domain instead of the main domain's content.
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