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There are many ways. An easy way is via apache's mod_rewrite. For your example, you can use rules and files as follows: Make an .htaccess file in /home/public_html/splash with the following contents: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^foo(.*)$ /apples$1 [L] RewriteRule ^bar(.*)$ /oranges$1 [L] That will work nicely for example.com and if you point foo.com to ...


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Setting your own nameservers instructs the domain provider to stop managing the DNS zone file (kinda like setting for a domain) One of the advantages to this is that it allows easy hosting migration. In terms of redundancy having two nameserver on one or more IPs that are on the same ip block doesn't matter. Since if one goes down so does the other. It ...



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