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    Organising Files & Folders

    Hello.
    I am using a web hosting package from a site called just host, and I was wondering if I could organise my folders so that when I enter public_html there are only a couple of folders - this is what I mean.
    > Public_html

    (FOLDER)http://psnboards.co.uk/
    (FOLDER)http://anotherexample.com/
    (FOLDER)http://anotherexample.com/

    This automatically happened in a previous web host I had, and I would like it to happen to this one (I only have one domain name at the moment, but several files for different sites under psnboards.co.uk domain name). How do I change it to like in my example? After reading this through it makes no sense but I have no idea how to reword it, so if you don't understand PLEASE don't skip it, try and help me.. please

    Many thanks,
    Owen.

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    Do you have full control over the server configuration? It sounds like you are using "shared hosting".
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    I am using shared hosting. Is it in anyway possible to make it happen though?


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