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Old 8th December 2012, 00:13
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Default Subdomain FTP folder?

I just can't seem to find the folder that should contain the web data for any subdomain that I create? where is it located, or where should I create it manually to allow me to upload date to it?
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Subdomains always point to the parent domain, so you must upload your content to the parent web site.
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So if I want to create a subddomain with it's own contents, I should create a new domain and not a sub domain with its own ftp user?
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Yes, create the subdomain as a vhost of its own and also create an FTP account for it.
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