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I have two sites. One I created in Adobe Muse and uploaded it to randomdomain.com through FileZilla. The other was created outside of Adobe Muse, and has its own CSS stylesheets and PHP code.

I want to upload this second site to randomdomain.com/subpage.html

Things I've tried:

  • Uploading the second site to a new folder ("Subpage").
  • Moving "subpage.html" to the root folder, while keeping other assets in the Subpage folder.
  • Renaming "subpage.html" inside the subpage folder to index.html.
  • And so on.

So far I haven't been able to access the second page at the address I wanted it to be. What am I doing wrong here?

  • More details are required. For example, haven't been able to access the second page, How? What error do you get? What web server? Have you set ownership and permissions? And so on. Cheers!! – closetnoc May 26 '16 at 22:35
  • How: I can't access the page at domain.com/subpage.html through my browser. When copying the direct FTP URL from FileZilla I can actually access the file in Chrome. What error: either a white page, or an error page from my hosting company. What web server: I honestly wouldn't know, and can't find out from my hosting company's website. I'm guessing "regular" is not the right answer here ;)? Ownership and permissions: haven't changed anything. – daniel_ev May 26 '16 at 22:40
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If you're making a subfolder, you should let all the files in the folder, rename the subpage.html to index.html and access as: randomdomain.com/subpage/

If you want a subpage (randomdomain.com/subpage.html) then drop ALL the files on the main folder OR drop in a subfolder (randomdomain.com/stuffforthesubpage/) and correct all the links on your subpage.html to link correctly (change your "css/css.css" to "stuffforthesubpage/css/css.css")

  • I think you're suggestion should have worked, but--unfortunately--it didn't. I've ended yo creating a new sub domain and creating a redirect at domain.com/subpage. Thanks for your input though! – daniel_ev May 29 '16 at 19:13
  • Then you should take a look on your .htaccess on the main domain and the apache.conf because something fishy is going on there. – LordNeo May 29 '16 at 19:24

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