Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-27 Thread Daniel Brown
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 5:16 PM, Jim Giner jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com 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!

You'd probably want to do some 301 redirects with mod_rewrite to
force the domain over to the subdomain if under that directory.  In so
doing, Google (and other search engines) will drop the /subdomain
folder, and index only the destination.

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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Curtis Maurand



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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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Jim Giner

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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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Willie
The only way that I know of to take care of that is to put a file in your
main directory called robots.txt. In that file you will put:


User-agent: *
Disallow: /FolderName



On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 6:19 AM, Jim Giner jim.gi...@albanyhandball.comwrote:

 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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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Jim Giner

On 8/22/2013 9:43 AM, Willie wrote:

The only way that I know of to take care of that is to put a file in your
main directory called robots.txt. In that file you will put:


User-agent: *
Disallow: /FolderName



On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 6:19 AM, Jim Giner jim.gi...@albanyhandball.comwrote:


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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I'll try it.

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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Dan McCullough
So its indexing http://www.domain.com/subdomain/page.php and you would
rather it index http://subdomain.domain.com/page.php.  If that is the case
then what Willie said holds true

User-agent: *
Disallow: /subdomain

Place a robots.txt in the domain.com public root directory.

To Googles indexer http://subdomain.domain.com/page.php and
http://www.domain.com/subdomain/page.php are totally different and
therefore blocking /subdomain will not affect subdomain.domain.com.

Sign up for Google Webmaster and add two sites subdomain.domain and
www.domain  that way you can delete improperly indexed pages.
Do some test scans and see if there are links on your www.domain that are
linked to www.domain.com/subdomain rather then subdomain.domain.com


On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 9:43 AM, Willie matthews.wil...@gmail.com wrote:

 The only way that I know of to take care of that is to put a file in your
 main directory called robots.txt. In that file you will put:


 User-agent: *
 Disallow: /FolderName



 On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 6:19 AM, Jim Giner jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com
 wrote:

  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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Re: [PHP] Off the wall - sub-domain question

2013-08-22 Thread Lester Caine

Jim Giner wrote:

Yes - the sub is an add-on domain to my primary domain.  Hence the overlap and
problem.
I don't think there is any way to get google to separate filing information on 
different subdomains from the main domain, but you can stop them filing content 
altogether by identifying folders you do not want them to use. I have fun with 
them indexing the page histories if I forget to block that particular functions 
.php file.


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