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You will need to delete wildcard A record in your DNS.


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If you're on a shared host and haven't setup a subdomain but have setup a wildcard in your DNS so it points to your IP and it belongs to a server with multiple websites, it will point to the first VirtualHost in the Apache configuration.


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One option could be to create a new website for all of the fields, which is easier to maintain, has the same user base, etc. You could use a 301 redirect to redirect people from your current domain to the new one, keeping most of your page rankings. One post I read online had this to say about 301 redirects: A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which ...


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Creating subdomains has nothing to do with the registrar, it depends on your hosting company. Some will allow unlimited subdomains but may limit how many sites you can have. This isn't a problem if you only have one site that they all point too and you parse the subdomain. Some hosts restrict how many subdomains you can have. You will need to do ...


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I have more than 5 subdomains on a project, say developer, www, staff and some more, what is the best practice in creating sitemaps? ... Since the subdomains are several parts of the main application, what are the pros and cons of each, and what should I consider while choosing the one over the other? (one sitemap per subdomain or one for the whole site) ...


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You have to use a separate sitemap for each subdomain. From the FAQ "Where do I place my Sitemap?": All URLs listed in the Sitemap must reside on the same host as the Sitemap. For instance, if the Sitemap is located at http://www.example.com/sitemap.xml, it can't include URLs from http://subdomain.example.com. If the Sitemap is located at ...


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Solved. I added www.ordr.my into my Heroku custom domain section and change ordr.my CNAME (root domain) to my Heroku app just like below: Cloudflare Heroku


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As you write the subdomains are part of the whole application there is no need to separate the sitemaps. Google treats subdomains as own domains ayways. But they are smart enough to recognize if parts of a website belong together. Besides SEO I'd recommend to use an index-sitemap.xml in which you can nest all your separate subdomain-sitemaps. This makes it ...


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As per in Matt Cutts blog post, he said: A subdomain can be useful to separate out content that is completely different. Google uses subdomains for distinct products such news.google.com or maps.google.com, for example. This is similar to what Blogger (blogspot) does. John's blog (john.blogspot.com) is totally different from Doe's blog ...



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