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I have godaddy deluxe plan and here is my problem:

I have two domains for example: e1.com and e2.com. Both are hosted in same hosting plan. First I created a folder for each domain in the root folder and uploaded two web site but when I'm trying to run my sites, the URL for e1 always shows http://e1.com/e1/ and for e2 it shows http://e2.com/e2. Can I avoid showing e1 and e2 folder and only show http://e1.com and http://e2.com?

Thank you.

  • i think this is more suited to webmasters.stackexchange.com – Darko Z Mar 19 '11 at 4:43
  • thanks Darko Z next time i'll post on that for now please let me get an answer :) – gayancc Mar 19 '11 at 5:00
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    Usually I just get on the phone with GoDaddy support and have them walk me through the fix. Dealing with their interface is just too painful :) – Genadinik Mar 19 '11 at 5:13
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Last time I dealt with GoDaddy, I had multiple domains.

The hosting plan will automatically be under e1.com when you go to the
1) /www/ folder or /public_html/ folder create one that says e2.
2) Then simply fill out a simple index.html file and just go to "www.e2.com"
3) Then you also have to go into the domain manager and create new folder named e2 (what i named my folder through ftp) and you should then be good to go. Hope it works for you.

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