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    Question Sub Domain ajax how??

    hi all, i have a main page call www.example.com and i want to post it to a sub domain call subdomain.example.com..

    how do i do it thanks!

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    Could you explain your question (after reading some docs on ajax- post -subdomain) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kokjj87 View Post
    hi all, i have a main page call www.example.com and i want to post it to a sub domain call subdomain.example.com..

    how do i do it thanks!
    if your subdomain is on the same server as your domain and if the os is *nix the, simplest solution is to make in the subdomain directory a symbolic link of the file from the directory where actualy is the page.

    Code:
    cd subdomain-directory
    ln -s filepath-from-domain-directory subdomain-filename
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    http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=151355

    try to stick to one thread so we can help you faster

    i can help you with the api if you need it, this is really a 5 min or less project though - i'm sure you can handle it with the steps i gave u

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsallkizza View Post
    http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=151355

    try to stick to one thread so we can help you faster

    i can help you with the api if you need it, this is really a 5 min or less project though - i'm sure you can handle it with the steps i gave u
    I could be wrong but that seems to be two different problems. OP could confirm or not if this is true.

    regards


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