On 8/22/2013 8:05 AM, Curtis Maurand wrote:




Is the subdomain also in a subfolder of the main domain?

Jim Giner wrote:
I have a main domain (of course) and a sub
domain.  I'm really trying to
steer my personal stuff away from
the main one and have focused all of
my php development to the
sub-domain.

Lately I noticed that google catalogs my
sub-domain site stuff under the
main domain name and the links
that come up lead to that domain name
with the path that takes
the user to the sub-domain's home folder and
beyond.


Is there something that php (apache??) can do to control either
google's
robots or the user's view (url) so that it appears as a
page of my
sub-domain?  I'm really new at this stuff and know
nothing.  I'm lucky
that google is even finding my site!

IN advance - I apologize for this off-topic question,
but this place is
a source of much knowledge, so I just threw in
a quick interlude here to
pick someone's brain.  :)


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Yes - the sub is an add-on domain to my primary domain. Hence the overlap and problem.

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