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  1. #1

    Unhappy WHM/Cpanel howto question

    I have a simple question, I would like to be able to have all subdomains point to a single script that will programaticlly figure out what subdomain was reqested and act on it..

    example:

    xxx.mydomain.com --> Thanks for coming to the xxx page.
    yyy.mydomain.com --> Thanks for coming to the yyy page.

    you get the idea.. I know how to do this under IIS, but I have switched to an ISP that is running CPANEL/WHM..

    I would assume this change would be in the WHM DNS panel..

    Any help would be appriciated..

    Abysmal

  2. #2
    You can do this with this line in a php file

    Code:
    Thank you for coming to  <?php echo $HTTP_SERVER_VARS['HTTP_HOST'] ?>
    Last edited by sprintserve; 05-16-2005 at 08:47 AM.
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  3. #3
    Thanks.. but what I need is the help with the server setup so I don't keep getting dns errors because the subdomain was not setup.. I wasnt it to be a virtual subdomain..

    Abysmal

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    it can be done manually from the httpd.conf but if ur running cpanel as u said
    go to the root whm ,
    Setup/Edit Domain Forwarding
    make a forwarder *.urdomain.com to predefined page
    in that page use the code u were given by sprintserve
    and i think ur done that way
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