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#ActualServant of the Lord

Posted 21 August 2012 - 09:50 PM

Thanks guys, working on implementing it. So HTTP status code 303: is that the correct one for my needs? Redirection not because something moved, but because html file A's purpose is to point to html file B?

 

Unrelated question: How do I set up a domain name (otherDomain.com) to point to another domain's sub-directory (mainDomain.com/location/), but continuing to have URL listed as "otherDomain.com" as the user is exploring that site?

I have my main site, www.myname.com, and I'd like www.myname.com/myGameName to be the URL of my game's website. (The reason why I want it to be "contained" within the first site, is because the site is powered by the same files, and it's really one site). However, I want the domain name to look nice for users, so they see: "www.myGameName.com/about-this-game.html" instead of "www.myname.com/myGameName/about-this-game.html".

Any ideas?


[Edit:] Second question resolved, using this article.

#2Servant of the Lord

Posted 21 August 2012 - 08:24 PM

Thanks guys, working on implementing it. So HTTP status code 303: is that the correct one for my needs? Redirection not because something moved, but because html file A's purpose is to point to html file B?

 

Unrelated question: How do I set up a domain name (otherDomain.com) to point to another domain's sub-directory (mainDomain.com/location/), but continuing to have URL listed as "otherDomain.com" as the user is exploring that site?

I have my main site, www.myname.com, and I'd like www.myname.com/myGameName to be the URL of my game's website. (The reason why I want it to be "contained" within the first site, is because the site is powered by the same files, and it's really one site). However, I want the domain name to look nice for users, so they see: "www.myGameName.com/about-this-game.html" instead of "www.myname.com/myGameName/about-this-game.html".

Any ideas?

[Edit:] Second question resolved, using this article.

#1Servant of the Lord

Posted 21 August 2012 - 04:47 PM

Thanks guys, working on implementing it. So HTTP status code 303: is that the correct one for my needs? Redirection not because something moved, but because html file A's purpose is to point to html file B?

 

Unrelated question: How do I set up a domain name (otherDomain.com) to point to another domain's sub-directory (mainDomain.com/location/), but continuing to have URL listed as "otherDomain.com" as the user is exploring that site?

I have my main site, www.myname.com, and I'd like www.myname.com/myGameName to be the URL of my game's website. (The reason why I want it to be "contained" within the first site, is because the site is powered by the same files, and it's really one site). However, I want the domain name to look nice for users, so they see: "www.myGameName.com/about-this-game.html" instead of "www.myname.com/myGameName/about-this-game.html".

Any ideas?

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