0

Hello, I have 2 different websites/domains on 1 IP. The problem is that whenever stuff is uploaded, it displays in both sites.

Example: site_1.com/page.php = site_2.com/page.php

I created a directory for each site.

Example: site_1.com/site_1 and site_2.com/site_2 .

I want to create a script that resides as the index of the IP and directs the viewer to the proper directory by what URL they typed in.

For example: If they typed in site_1.com it would take them to site_1.com/site_1 and if they typed in site_2.com it would take them to site_2.com/site_2.

Can someone show me how to do this please? It's slightly urgent....

3
Contributors
9
Replies
10
Views
10 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by RGStrat
0

stuff concerning domains and what folder they are directed to has to deal with server configuration. there is no need to make a script to do this for you.

0

Yes, but I can't configure the server as it's not mine. I have seen this done with Javascript but the downside was it didn't work in FF.

0

try this:

<script type="text/javascript">
var href = window.location.href;
if (href == 'http://yoursite.com/') {
window.location='site_1/index.html';
}
else {
window.location='site_2/index.html';
}
</script>

i just typed it. i think it will work

0

try this:

<script type="text/javascript">
var href = window.location.href;
if (href == 'http://yoursite.com/') {
window.location='site_1/index.html';
}
else {
window.location='site_2/index.html';
}
</script>

i just typed it. i think it will work

Thanks. It didn't work in FF though so I tried this:

<script type="text/javascript">
var href = window.location.href;
if (href == 'http://snowmanlady.com/') {
window.location='Main/index.htm';
}
if (href == 'http://movingtargetdesigns.com/') {
window.location='DesignMain/index.htm';
}
</script>

This works in IE but not in FF. Suggestions?

P.S. I tried to up your rating and accidentally hit 'disprove' . Sorry. D*mmit.

0

i tried it on six different browsers and they all worked. firefox worked just fine when i typed in your url. what exactly is the problem? it maybe the version, thats the only thing i can think of.

0

Thank you so much! I don't know what I would have done! I specialize in CSS and XHTML, not Javascript (I'm just starting to learn it :) ). By the way, I like this script so much I want to share it. If you PM me your name and stuff I would like to submit it to JS source sites. This is the only cross-browser version I have seen, and I'm sure others have had this problem to. Again, Thanks a million!:icon_cool:

0

Why are you fussing with scripts? Just include the folder name in the published url:

www.thisismydomain1.com/site1foldername/site1page.htm
www.thisismydomain2.com/site2foldername/site2page.htm
This question has already been answered. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.