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Just a short and easy question, I hope. Currently, I've got a primary domain linked to my (virtual) hosting server. I now have a second domain name which I would like to link to a specific subdomain, i.e.

domainB.com/X -> subdom.domainA.com/X

Preferably without having this redirect show up in the address bar. Can this be achieved through DNS settings alone, or would it require me to add a .htaccess file in Domain A's root folder?

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I think you are talking about Addon Domains. With AD you can have:

domainA.com or anything.subdomainA.com/anything working under domainA.domainB.com

but always showing domainA.com in the browser's address bar

correct me if I'm mistaken

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