example.comis hosted on IP address c.c.c.c at host1, no access any windows server admin at all
blog.example.comis on IP a.a.a.a at host2, full access to Linux server admin, using WordPress
So basically, I can fiddle with subdomain all I want.
I can't 301 redirect because the content on host 1 is an eCommerce site that I have no server control over. Can't put WordPress on it, can't run scripts, can't do anything on the server period.
Is there a method to "mask" all the URLs on root
blog.example.com so they appear as
They can't actually be sent to
example.com/blog/ as that doesn't exist. It just needs to look to the surfer as if they are there.
Can this be done with some kind of masking or something?
Will this be better for SEO as hopefully search engines will see the blog in a directory on the main domain?