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HELP! using a subdomain of an add-on domain for a forum

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sublogJ, Oct 31, 2003.

  1. sublogJ

    sublogJ Registered

    Oct 29, 2003
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    i looked through a whole bunch of posts trying to find an answer to this but was unsuccessful. it seems that no one has asked this question specifically before.

    i'm trying to set up a forum for one of my add-on domain sites and i'm having trouble with the address bar. the reason the problem started is because i am only able to install the forum into a root directory (in this case rather than being able to install it into my add-on domain directory ( which is the same as is my main account and is the addon domain. i would like to have the forum accesible at i have set up that subdomain and told it to redirect to:

    the problem is that i don't want that actual URL to show up in the address bar. i would like it to still say when people are on the forums. basically i'd just like to add as an add-on domain that points to the directory, but i don't know if that will even work or if it will just cause problems. is it possible to use a subdomain as an add-on domain?

    is there any way to do this? can anyone help me out?

    if you've made it this far, i really appreciate you taking the time to read this message.

    #1 sublogJ, Oct 31, 2003
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2003
  2. mickeymouse

    mickeymouse Well-Known Member

    Sep 16, 2003
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    Dear sublogJ,

    If you use subdomain to redirect to, then automatically the URL will change to Also it is not possible to have the addon domain which is already a subdomain. Try deleting the subdomain and create as an addon domain pointing to directory.


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