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Old 09-07-2011, 10:43 PM
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hi guys... so this is the situation i do have several landers custom designed for several different offers so what I want to do is to use just one domain name and host many landers that have nothing to do with each other, for example my domain.com I want to use it like domain.com/lp01game , domain.com/lp02game, domain.com/lp01acai, domain.com/lpfreereport, etc, etc.... all showing diferent landers and not using several domains for this! my html knowledge is limited so if there is a way to do this please advice or share some links to understand how to do this... I am using some scrips as well so some landers are index.php

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I believe what you're looking to do is very simple - no scripts necessary. If you create a folder and name it "lp01acai" in the root directory of your domain, any files you upload to that folder will follow the path domain.com/lp01acai. For example, if you create a file called index.php and upload it to lp01acai, domain.com/lp01acai will point to your index file. Does that answer your question?
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Hi,

If you are using a host with cpanel, go into the cpanel and find the sub-domains icon. Click on it and it will lead you through building a subdomain (subdomain.domain.com). You can build as many subdomains as you want on a HostGator account.

I'm suggesting this method because it is simpler than going into the file manager and mucking around in the directories.

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Thanks! I figured out!
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Originally Posted by wgnunn View Post
Hi,

If you are using a host with cpanel, go into the cpanel and find the sub-domains icon. Click on it and it will lead you through building a subdomain (subdomain.domain.com). You can build as many subdomains as you want on a HostGator account.

I'm suggesting this method because it is simpler than going into the file manager and mucking around in the directories.

Good luck,
Wayne

I spoke to soon, even though I use subdomain quite often, they will not work as landing pages. You have to use "http://domain.com/landingpage"

Sorry folk didn't intend to put out misinformation.

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