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The easiest ways to do a redirect in order from the old-fashioned method to the best method is as follows: Code snippet 1 saved as index.html in the document root of the old URL. <html> <head> <title>Redirecting</title> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1;URL=http://store.xyz.com"> </head> <body> ...


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For the sake of SEO, and maintaining your pages' rank, you may want to permanently redirect the old URLs to the new ones. Here's the Google documentation on redirects.


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You most certainly do not have to buy store.xyz.com as a new domain name. store.xyz.com is a part of xyz.com A domain name is made up of multiple parts www.google.com www.google.com | | | --- domain name extension | | --- domain name | --- subdomain mail.google.com mail.google.com | | | --- domain name extension | | --- ...


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In cpanel, make sure that hidden files are visible. If using ssh, you can cd to your directory. Then do ls -a


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Blacklisting has no option but to block by IP address. Blocking by domain is incomplete because it is not always/generally a domain name that is the problem. Think about it this way- your SMTP server hosts e-mail for several domains. If the system is compromised, how can a blacklist determine where the problem is? It cannot. All it knows is the domain name ...


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In my experience the File Manager in cPanel usually fails to show weather .htaccess and similar files are currently on the FTP partition so I wouldn't rely on it. Instead connect using something like FileZilla and see if it's there. If the file is actually being deleted, then my first though would be to check if there are any scripts running on the server ...


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Login to cPanel and use its File Manager to observe the directory contents. I am uncertain that your .htaccess file is still there. Many FTP clients need you to tie a setting to show all documents, otherwise they hide things like .htaccess. I think that may be what's in with your FTP client software. Some hosts have the server set up to not display the ...


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How does this affect the SEO of the website and does it also affect other websites that are hosted on the same server? Just the generation of a subdomain wouldn't affect the website. A cPanel add-on domain is unlikely to have an effect on another domain which are in general completely scoped from each other. When it has an effect, will that effect ...


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You can't restrict developer/PHP access to other filesystem areas within the same hosting account where cPanel Addon domains are pointing. This is not what Addon domains are designed for. In fact, it is a "feature" that you can access all areas. Like you say, Addon domains essentially allow you to host different domains under one hosting account and serve ...



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