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Hiding Sub-domain URL address in cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by wedhappily, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. wedhappily

    wedhappily Registered

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    Hi Everyone, I'm very new to this, so I would appreciate any help. My main domain is /http://www.mariasmusicschool.co.uk/ Today I purchased a new url /http://www.arminiancaptivity.co.uk and I added this to my account in cpanel and redirected the new url to /http://www.mariasmusicschool.co.uk/arminiancaptivity which is working perfectly.

    Now, here is my question. When I type /http://www.arminiancaptivity.co.uk, how do I hide or mask the url address, so that it doesn't appear in the browswer as '/http://www.mariasmusicschool.co.uk/arminiancaptivity'? In other words, how do I hide the primary domain url, so that it appears as if it's in it's own url /http://www.arminiancaptivity.co.uk

    I hope this is clear, as I'm very new to all of this. Thanks so much in advance! Maria. :)
     
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  2. wedhappily

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    Bump, Bump, Bump... Can anyone help me? I want to hide the primary domain address and only have the second domain appear if you understand what i mean. Thanks in advance. Maria :)
     
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    Why don't you add it as an Add-On Domain in cpanel?

    Addon Domains an addon domain
     
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    Ughhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!! I didn't realize I was redirecting to .htm and because my file was .html, I was getting no where. Thank you for the help. I had already used the Add-On-Domain, but your assurance made me check everything again, and I found my stupid mistake. Thank you!!!!!!!
     
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