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Student in Internet Technology, studying in Paris, working In N.Y.C. for a web development internship. Working on my own project in parallel.


Oct
17
accepted How to set up 2 domain name pointing to 2 different folders on the same server?
Oct
16
awarded  Custodian
Oct
16
comment How to set up 2 domain name pointing to 2 different folders on the same server?
thanks, I'm gonna give a try
Oct
16
reviewed Approve How to set up 2 domain name pointing to 2 different folders on the same server?
Oct
16
asked How to set up 2 domain name pointing to 2 different folders on the same server?
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
11
comment how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
Wow that was it, verrry simple thank you so much !
Sep
11
accepted how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
Sep
8
comment how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
@imperalix: Thank you for your help, yes, I think you are right, there is something not working with no-www as when following tutorials online for no-www (virtual host or .htaccess) it does not work/gives satisfying results, therefore this post: I think it comes from somewhere else
Sep
8
comment how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
@MichaelHampton: ok I will give it a try thank you :)
Sep
8
comment how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
So I don't know if I'm doing it wrong with the virtual host configuration or if this is something that should be handled with AWS somehow ? Route 53 manages "meetmyfriends.co." which seems to be ok with no-www .. ?
Sep
8
comment how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
Thank you Michael, I appreciate your advice. How do I redirect no-www to www ? I you look at meetmyfriends.co you will se there is absolutely nothing at this page and I don't know how to address this issue. I'be been trying to set up virtual host on apache without success. Many Thanks
Sep
8
asked how to get rid of the “www” in the url with AWS EC2 and Route 53 services.
Dec
13
awarded  Student
Dec
13
revised AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
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Dec
13
comment AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
yes, you don't see the redirect process, I wanted it to be this way, when you go to www.meet.. then the url should show the root directory. But I'd like that when goign to the IP address given by elasticIP, I arrive on the root directory /var/www/ So you are saying I should use another vhost for the IP address ? I don't know much about how all of this work
Dec
13
comment AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
no .htaccess file, my vhosts are above, I think I'm redirecting everything to /var/www/mmf when I just want the traffic coming from the web address / domain to be redirected to this specific address. So that when I access the server from the ip address, I can still work on my other projects. I this a good solution to use 1 server for multiples purpose ?
Dec
13
revised AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
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Dec
13
revised AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
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Dec
13
comment AWS: how should I configure my vhosts to access different directories depending on the address I'm coming from?
when you go to 54.214.246.243 you are in fact redirected to 54.214.246.243/mmf And I would like to be able to access the root directory from this address to be able to access any other directory from there (for my other projects). But when accessing the server from the web address (www.meetmyfriends.co) I'd like it to go directly to the /mmf directory (this part is fine, but avoid me from accessing root directory anymore).