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I would recommended either using the www or non-www and stick with it. Set a preferred URL in Webmaster Tools and then 301 to either your www or non-www. The reason for this would be Google would see both the non-www and www sites as two separate websites. If the content is exactly the same, then you could be penalized with duplicate content.


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You don't want just an A record, you want an SRV record for minecraft. To connect with whatever.domain.tld to your minecraft server add _minecraft._tcp.whatever.domain.tld. IN SRV 0 5 minecrafts_port_number yourminecraftserver.domain.tld. and then yourminecraftserver.domain.tld. IN A servers.ip.address It looks like taking a detour but ...


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Yes you can, try setting the cookie for .example.com as domain. That way, the cookie will be valid for every subdomain of yours. For example, PHP sessions would be like this: session_set_cookie_params(0, '/', '.example.com');


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richhallstoke's for configuring virtual hosts is usually the easiest approach. If for some reason you don't have access to configuration to let you do that, it can be done in .htaccess. Additional rewrite rules would be needed: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^brisbane.glassnow.com.au$ RewriteRule (.*) /brisbane/$1 [L] RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ...


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I think the problem here is not to do with your .htaccess redirections, but to do with your VirtualHost configurations in Apache's httpd.conf configuration file - this is how Apache knows which folder to direct requests to for processing. # Default Site - Blank <VirtualHost *.80> ServerName localhost DocumentRoot /var/www/default ...


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It looks like you need to block the urls individually under the site configuration options. Or you could add some code to your robots.txt that only allows Bingbot to access the www.example.com.


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There are issues with redirecting a domain to a sub-domain that are often forgotten. One is the sub-domain will, at some point, have to stand on it's own. Often, if a domain is redirected to another, the question comes up regarding deleting the original domain. Any links, trust score, site score is passed using a 301 redirect, however, if the desire comes ...


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You seem to be on the right path. If you intend to give each server an IP address, then you will need to create an A record for each server/sub-domain.


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Step 1: Set up your add-on domain with separate FTP Here is GoDaddy documentation for an add-on domain. Their instructions says that creating a secondary domain with different content will create a separate ftp user and password where you can upload your content. That is what you want to do. If you do it that way then snapstarr.com/fuselog/ (and ...


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Ok zerohedge it sounds indeed like you're a little confused. To help clarify, what you are trying to do is setup an independently hosted website running Wordpress and to use a subdomain for this. Ideally you would follow these steps: Setup website hosting for myproject.mycorporation.com (avoid using a different domain such as mydomain.io), you will not ...


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Sub-domains are effected by trust scores and site scores which include content quality of the parent domain though for the most part, they operate as separate sites. Here are just some of the considerations for using sub-domains from an answer yesterday: How my website will be ranked if I host multilanguage blogs under my domain? The topic is different, but ...



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