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Mar
13
comment How to expand URL with mod_rewrite?
You're missing the leading slash in the rewrite rule.
Mar
10
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Mar
1
comment HTTP Hostname to IP Address Routing
Here's an example for IIS that should help get you started. blogs.iis.net/carlosag/archive/2010/04/01/…
Mar
1
answered HTTP Hostname to IP Address Routing
Feb
28
comment Apache, modifying response codes from 404 to 301
You might want to ask over on webmasters.stackexchange.com but I'm not sure this is a good idea. Instead you should modify your 404 page to have helpful information for someone to find the correct information. If you must do it, you could have magento/php return the 301 directly.
Feb
23
revised *nix OS that is easy to update to latest software
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Feb
23
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Feb
23
revised *nix OS that is easy to update to latest software
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Feb
23
answered *nix OS that is easy to update to latest software
Feb
17
revised Apache mod_proxy_html Substitute: how to re-use part of regex match? (regex variables?)
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Feb
17
revised Apache mod_proxy_html Substitute: how to re-use part of regex match? (regex variables?)
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Feb
17
comment Apache mod_proxy_html Substitute: how to re-use part of regex match? (regex variables?)
Oh do you mean rewriting the html output?
Feb
17
answered Apache mod_proxy_html Substitute: how to re-use part of regex match? (regex variables?)
Feb
15
answered Loading individual apache conf files on the fly
Feb
10
answered Why domain.com appears as theplant.com when hosted on hostgator?
Feb
10
comment Virtual Host on centos
I think we're beyond the scope of the original question.Based on what I see of your config if you use onlinemba123 as the domain in your url you'll get to the second virtual host. If you use any other domain you'll get to first virtual host. However if you are getting somewhere else it means there's some other part of your config that's taking over.
Feb
9
comment Virtual Host on centos
@ntechi yes your config is slightly off. Apache doesn't know how to get to the new site which is why it defaulting to the old. The VirtualHost tags should be the same for both and should be bound to *:80. Like this <VirtualHost *:80>
Feb
9
answered Virtual Host on centos
Feb
8
answered Serve behind a virtual network
Feb
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