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Subject: RE: [PHP] implement redirection

You can also do this via a PHP script, which is what I do.  I have 5 URLs
all going to the same site (500 megs disk space).  I parse the subdomain,
and re-driect to the appropriate sub-directory.

Actually, you don't even need to parse the URL for sub-domain.  Just search
for the "" as a string in the database and then
re-direct.  You don't needt vitual hosts to accomplish this.  HOWEVER, you
do need access to your DNS so that you can create A and CNAME records

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From: Adrian Murphy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 3:48 AM
Subject: [PHP] implement redirection

I'd like to implement a system whereby people have a subdomain on my site
like so:
I've been reading the apache docs that say you can do this via virtual
Can I do it so 'yourname' can be anything - where all requests are sent
to the same page where i can parse the uri and query a db based on
any reason why my isp might be reluctant to do this.I'm presuming I can't
do it via .htaccess?
as a side note what are the affects of this kind of redirection as far as
search engines
go.I've heard that doing this kind of thing on a 404 page is a bad idea.

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