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Addon domain problem
Not sure if this is the best place to post, but here goes...
I currently have an established domain, mainsite.com, which is running PHP-Nuke on the directory /home, with a redirect accordingly.
Now, I've created an addon domain, 2ndsite.com, for which I've installed Wordpress at the top-level.
The trouble is, 2ndsite.com defaults to mainsite.com/home - unless I redirect 2ndsite.com to mainsite.com/2ndsite. If I do that, I can then see my WordPress installation.
I'd obviously like to have 2ndsite.com be viewed from that address, as opposed to a subdir under mainsite.com - that is why I got the domain in the first place.
Anyone out there willing to lend a hand in getting things straight here? Would be GREATLY appreciated!
Can you make sure that 2ndsite.com has a document root /home/2ndsite/
It seems to me that domains have the same document root /home, which could be the issue.
You said you are having a php nuke site, then can you check on your main .htaccess file and make sure there is no entry which redirects any query to your site to the nuke link.
I think Nuke does ask you to add that.
I will await your reply before I go with any part.
It is reliability