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I am migrating to a new reseller hosting plan. By default, they expect me to create a new cPanel account for every domain I add but this would be hugely inconvenient.

So I setup my addon domains in the following fashion:

/public_html/mydomain1.com/www/
/public_html/mydomain2.com/www/

The problem is, my Default domain in the account points to /public_html/ and cannot be changed by conventional methods.

I created a .htaccess file with the following data:

Rewrite Engine On
Rewrite Rule ^$ /mydefaultdomain.com/www/ [R=301,L]

The only problem is that it redirects to:

mydefaultdomain.com/mydefaultdomain.com/www/

How can I force it to use the subfolder but not show it in the finished URL?

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I'm not sure I really got what you mean, but this sounds more like a job for VirtualHosts and DocumentRoot or maybe VirtualDocumentRoot which lets you do things like:

<VirtualHost *>
  UseCanonicalName off
  ServerName mydefaultdomain.com
  ServerAlias *.mydomain*.com
  VirtualDocumentRoot /public_html/%2/%1
</VirtualHost>
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