There's a way to achieve what you ask with mod_rewrite directives in .htaccess, but before trying this, why not point foo.com to a separate directory?


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Marat Khalili


On 19/09/16 21:41, thomas Armstrong wrote:
Hi.

I have an Apache server, which main rootwebdir is '/usr/www/users/foo/' and 'foo.com <http://foo.com>' points there. However, I have some subdomains pointing within their directories:

|subdomain1.foo.com <http://subdomain1.foo.com> ---> /usr/www/users/foo/subdomain1 subdomain2.foo.com <http://subdomain2.foo.com> ---> /usr/www/users/foo/subdomain2 |

This causes me a problem: if anyone types 'www.foo.com/subdomain1/aboutme.html <http://www.foo.com/subdomain1/aboutme.html>', they find 'subdomain1.foo.com/aboutme.html <http://subdomain1.foo.com/aboutme.html>' with another URL, and I'd like to avoid it.

I wondered if there was any way to avoid this (e.g., showing a 404 page), by using a directive within the '.htaccess' file of '/usr/www/users/foo/subdomain1'.

Any other solution is welcome. Thank you very much.



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