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    Question Using Dreamweaver, how do you upload to sub-domain?

    Hello,

    I've been stuck at this all day, researching and now really advancing.

    One tutorial said I would need to simply make a folder with the same name as the sub-domain, of which I did and the content appeared on the sub-domain, however, this for some reason has only worked once...

    Sub-domain version: URL Removed

    The above is what I want, however, whenever I now edit my content and upload it, it is appearing here: URL Removed
    - Ignore the messyness, this is for my Facebook Application

    So how do I upload to my sub-domain?

    Best Regards,
    Tim
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    Have you set up the virtual host for the subdomain (if you're using Apache)? Or has your hosting company turned on subdomains for your account?

    My hosting company's control panel (it's just cPanel) has options for subdomains-- I can specify where they point in the file system. Try looking for those kinds of settings.

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    I've got this working now and I'm dealing with more complications with SSL and whatnot... :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fumigator View Post
    Have you set up the virtual host for the subdomain (if you're using Apache)? Or has your hosting company turned on subdomains for your account?

    My hosting company's control panel (it's just cPanel) has options for subdomains-- I can specify where they point in the file system. Try looking for those kinds of settings.



    Thanks for your information Fumigator. You have shared what I am searching for.


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