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Effective .htaccess writing

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by curioususer, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. curioususer

    curioususer Member

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    Where can I learn how cPanel configures Parked, Addon, and Sub- domains so that I can be effective in my .htaccess writing? I'm presently in a situation where my .htaccess file, moved mostly intact from a non-cPanel host, works, but the cPanel Addon and Sub-domains do not... or, I can take away my .htaccess, and then the cPanel Addon and Sub-domains work, but I've then lost the functionality from .htaccess :confused:

    Yes, my .htaccess is "fiddling" with addon and sub- domain like features too...

    But it is not clear to me why the public_html/.htaccess should affect Addon and Sub- domains that have their own directory structure, if that directory structure is directly pointed to in the Virtual Host section of the Apache configuration files.

    If I could see the set of configuration changes made to Apache, and I guess to the DNS zone file, that result from adding each of a Parked, Addon, and Sub- domain, then maybe I could understand the stuff better, and be better able to rework my .htaccess file to achieve the needed functionality.
     
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