This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, July 15, 2016 02:13pm
Suppose you have the domain EXAMPLE.gatech.edu and you would like TESTING.EXAMPLE.gatech.edu setup under it. You will need to add it to your control panel and create a DNS record pointing to your EXAMPLE.gatech.edu site so the webserver will respond to page requests for it.
This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 04:10pm
Several sites use the standard ErrorDocument directive in .htaccess to specify your own custom formatted error documents (i.e. 404 Not Found, etc). The general Apache configuration all domains live under have a generic alias for /error to Apache's internal error documents. This means that you should not put your custom error documents under a directory called /error. Put there somewhere else such as "custerrordocs" in your httpdocs directory. Your .htaccess file would then look like this:
This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 11:51am
Indiana University has a good FAQ on how to configure Dreamweaver to use SFTP. webHosting does not allow FTP of any kind so SFTP (and SCP) are the only methods for putting files on the server remotely.
This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, February 16, 2016 04:02pm
If your domain is used to send or receive e-mail or if it is a DNS zone, it cannot be directly associated with webHosting.
In this situation, an HTTP redirect will be required to ensure that requests for your domain go to a DNS address associated with the webHosting server. This redirect is hosted on metro which is why the DNS record for your domain still points there. This is not an optimal solution and OIT is working on allowing these domains to point to webHosting. Until that is set up, the metro redirect will remain in place.
This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, July 15, 2016 02:19pm
To test your new webhosting content with out having to switch DNS first, we have provided a web proxy that will allow you to preview what your site will look like, before actually switching in DNS.
This tutorial covers setting up the proxy under Firefox version 3.6. Older versions of Firefox and other browsers have a very similar proxy configuration, but the screens may be located in different places. Mac versions of Firefox 3.6 and prior also have a slightly different location for these configuration options.