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Q: How to set up a wildcard subdomain?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bramvandeperre, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. bramvandeperre

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    Hi all

    I'm quite new with cPanel, and I've been looking around for this, but most solutions won't work for me.

    This is the situation:
    I have a domain (example.com) and I have folders in it's root (like images, javascript, css, ...).

    How can I get any subdomain (like images.example.com and css.example.com, but also example.com/images/emoticons => emoticons.images.example.com) working automatically? if the folder doesn't exist, well it may still redirect (will show 404 ;) ). To keep this easy, without subfolders will do just fine, too.

    thanks in advance.
    Bram
     
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