Old 18th December 2005, 20:06
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Default Trouble with sub/co domains

Ok, I looked on the forums, the faq and the other documentation, and I'm still having trouble with getting subdomains the way most other web control panels have them set up.

I set up a user and a site no problem..

when i go to co-domains for that site I see:


##/ /pyro-studio.com

now I want to add a domain called contact for example.. contact.pyro-studio.com

I add the co-domain as


when I go to that in the web browser, it goes to the www.pyro-studio.com website..

How do I get it to go to contact.pyro-studio.com
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Old 18th December 2005, 20:38
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Co domain means another domain that points to the same website. What you want is a second website.

Add a new website qith contact as host and pyro-studio.com as domain.
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