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    Heeelppp!!!!!!!

    Well so I have a site located at http://thesouthparker.com and when I access the site at http://www.thesouthparker.com it becomes a totally different site. I have done a 301 redirect on .htaccess and when I tried to ftp both sites, they gave the same files, which means they are on the same computer on the same root. So I am not sure what my problem is... helllp????

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    Quote Originally Posted by holeyness View Post
    Well so I have a site located at http://thesouthparker.com and when I access the site at http://www.thesouthparker.com it becomes a totally different site. I have done a 301 redirect on .htaccess and when I tried to ftp both sites, they gave the same files, which means they are on the same computer on the same root. So I am not sure what my problem is... helllp????
    What does your redirect look like? Apparently it’s not redirecting because the address stays as I input, with www or without (it should redirect to one of the two).

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    Nevermind. I found my mistake. i didnt replace example.com in the .htaccess with my domain. Thanks.

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    Congracts

    Congracts that you found it at last. But why was it coming like that??? programming fault?

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    no i think it was the default for the drupal installation (which I am using)

    wait a further question should i mess with the apache configuration and add a virtual host www.thesouthparker.com to the same document root or would apache be smart enough to figure it out?


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