New answers tagged subdomain
If screaming frog is finding the sub-domain, there must still be a link to it on one or more of your pages. That's how it discoverers pages, following links that are in the source code of the page. So if the other 2 sub-domains aren't coming up it means they most likely aren't linked on the site. (although if they are blocked in robots.txt and you do not ...
Are you using your own SSL, an SSL on Cloudflare, or both? Is the page not found message within your app, a cPanel master or default server 404, or something else like a standard unpretty browser 404? If you are seeing your default hosting provider or default cPanel 404 page, it hints that something went awry when the subdomain was set up, the local SSL ...
SSL must be enabled for every domain/subdomain required individually in cPanel. If you have moved your WHMCS installation to another domain, it is likely that you will need to regenerate the CSR/Key and request a new certificate. Once you've done that, follow the usual procedure to set it up and enable SSL for your subdomain.
You seem to have 2 A records for example.com pointing to very different IP addresses, one of which is the one that www.example.com resolves to (which is the wrong one). My guess is that it's picking the first one that it finds!?
You can't set nameservers and CNAME records. Go to Namecheap.com --> Manage Domains and click on the domain you want to manage. Then, go to All Host Records and change the settings to this.
You seem to have directory Indexes enabled (Apache automatically creates a directory listing in such cases). You can workaround this by either placing an empty index.html file in the document root of the subdomain (assuming index.html is a registered index document). Or, disable directory Indexes in your .htaccess file (in the document root of your ...
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