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Subdomain issue…. please help

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  • I’d make sure your sub-domain is pointing to the ‘web-root’ folder you are using (i.e. cg).

    Put the script from Finding_Server_Info in that sub-domains’ web-root folder and see what happens when you browse to http://www.cg.crankup.net/testphp.php

    Thank u for your reply. here is what I get http://codegeeks.crankup.net/test.php

    codegeeks is the subdomain (folder)

    So what is the difference between the wp-config.php file that resides in the codegeeks folder (wwwroot/codegeeks/wp-config.php) and the wp-config.php file that resides in the web-root folder for your ‘main domain (wwwroot/wp-config.php)?

    Also make sure you have backups of your database(s) before proceeding!

    Might also make sure an .htaccess file isn’t causing a problem.

    table prefix is different… for both ..

    I am not sure whether .htaccess is issue here..

    # BEGIN WordPress
    <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule . /index.php [L]

    # END WordPress

    is what is have now!

    I’m sure MichaelH is more familiar with this stuff than I am. But I suppose that’s usually what happens if you pull the database from one WP installation and use it with another WP installation.

    Are you sure you’ve set up a sub-domain and not just a folder within your current domain? A sub domain has to be registered with your hosting providers domain name servers, which can take some time to propagate.

    yes.. all other sub domains work execpt the one with the WP installation…

    If I visit http://www.cg.crankup.net I am not redirected.

    Is this resolved?

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