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Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by aqrhine, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. aqrhine

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    Okay.

    I run www.skooma.com and I registered a new domain www.sigcontest.com and I want to point it to a specific folder on my site. www.skooma.com/sigcontest

    So what do i need to know to get this done? My host prevo.net I have the gold plus plan and it allows for addon/parked/sub domains but I don't know what I need to do to set this up using cpanel 9.3.0-RELEASE, Build 5



    And I havn't set up any dns info, but I didn't have to for my old domain either.
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    Since sig contest will be another website hosted on the same plan if I understand it right A parked domain would be the best way to go right? Perhaps a guide to set this up if i'm right.
     
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    Click the Addon link in cpanel, enter the domain name and the folder you'd like it to point to. That should be it.
     
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    well, I went to addon domains entered as the domain www.sigcontest.com and then the subdomain www.sigcontest.skooma.com and entered a password but when I go to sigcontest.com it doesn't go to sigcontest.skooma.com its just a 404

    I just registered the domain no moe then 20 minutes ago though. Or did you mean i should use parked domain?
     
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    I read this at the my host website where i registered the domain. This is probably why it's not going right?
     
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