Theres no actual error. Heres whats happening:
Scripts are located at 'http://script.example.com/script.js' whose actual path is 'http://www.example.com/script/script.js'.
According to webtestpage.org, 'http://script.example.com/script.js' is being loaded aswell as 'http://www.example.com/uk/script/script.js', the latter doesnt exist.
So i assume the htaccess above rewrites all urls under example.com to example.com/uk/. That is why when the page loads it doesnt look/behave correctly.
So what I suppose I need is to force (if possible) the htaccess file to just work in the root and not in the subdirectories? Is this possible? Or is there anything else I can do...maybe force the script directory to always reference the subdomain??
Hope this is clear, let me know if it isnt. Thanks!
Last edited by vorl; 01-15-2010 at 05:33 PM..