on a unix server how can I redirect the following from mydomain.com/Generals to subdomain.mydomain/Generals
What i have now in my .htaccess file is
RedirectPermanent /Generals http://subdomain.mydomain.com/Generals
RedirectMatch permanent ^/Generals$ http://subdomain.mydomain.com/Generals
Either gives me a redirect loop that won't resolve.
Does the dubdomain live in a subdirectory of the main domain?
des id does
You can't do it with simple redirects. You can do it with mod_rewrite though. Search for the "Canonical Hostnames" example in the http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/misc/rewriteguide.html.
I love the line . . . "With mod_rewrite you either shoot yourself in the foot the first time and never use it again or love it for the rest of your life because of its power."
Crap. I suspected that was the answer. I realized I nowadays have the same situation as you do. The CP forces the location of subdomains' root folders inside the main domain's folder. I suck at mod_rewrite or anything else that involves regex.
anyway I really like that term dubdomain . . . good name for a nightclub
Just rub it in...
doncha mean wub it in you silly wabbit?
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