I am not sure if I can do what I want to do here. But I would like to point one of my domains to just a certain section of my overall site. Such as pointing the domain to a sub-domain of my site.
Is this possible and if so, how would I go about accomplishing the task.
Thank you all in advance for any help you may give.
Funny thing just happened. I just got a follow up call from my domain provider right after I posted this and he told me exactly how to do this.
If you own cPanel, then you can do it from the Redirection or Redirects section of it.
Otherwise, you can also use .htaccess file to do that.
Thanks Sonam for the info.
I know that cPanel has it. I think even Plesk panel has it, as I had used it a long time ago for our customers.
But for hosting done on linux, using apache web services, (i.e. without a real control panel) I wanted to know how it is done.
@sonam, from what a I remember about the way cPanel handles it, it simply creates the .htaccess file for the addon domain. And using .htaccess directives would probably be the best solution if you want to make a domain show the same as a directory/section of another domain.
Of course it would be easier if you simply added the domain as a new domain in DirectAdmin and then have a domains/<domain_name>/public_html/ directory for that domain where you can put the files for that domain. But I don't think that's what you want?
Thank you Bondings.
It is a great service you provide us. Thank you.