Virtual hosting refers to the practice of hosting multiple websites on a single server.

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Google AdSense is not reviewing the URL I submitted, using my local development URL instead

I'm very confused. I'm trying to get my site (let's just say www.example.com) approved for Google AdSense. I submitted the application using "www.example.com" and I got a reply from AdSense saying my ...
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CSS and JS are loaded from the IP address rather than from the appropriate subdomain host name

I have one VM (LAMP) with a static IP. There are two Subdomains configured on this Machine. If i browse one of the subdomains, it executes the files specified in its DocumentRoot. The problem here is ...
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Subdomains regarding name servers/domains

I know how to configure subdomains like sub.example.com on Apache etc. My question is, do I need to make any changes to the name servers/domain that is provided to me? Would it work the same as ...
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Virtualhost config: routing and wildcard usage

My VirtualHost config is below: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.abcd.com ServerAlias abcd.com DocumentRoot /var/www/abcd/html </VirtualHost> I want to ...
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Apache, Rewrite Rule and Directories

I'm using the current virtual host: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@mysite ServerName example.co.uk ServerAlias www.example.co.uk DocumentRoot ...
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Virtualmin - Granting *Create database* permissions through command line

I have a script calling the remote API (which calls the command line API) of Virtualmin to execute 'clone-domains' with a --newuser and a --newpass. That creates a user that can access the cloned ...
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DNSMasq Not Resolving Addresses on Mac Local Web Development Environment

I've setup my local web development environment according to -http://mallinson.ca/osx-web-development/. I have done this before, and I got on a new computer, and am trying to do it again. I'm running ...