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Old 06-25-2003, 03:54 PM   #1
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Apache: Third Level Domain

I have some confusion about third level and how to create third level domain.

First of all how domain is different from virtual host?

When I create third level domain let's say Do I create just a directory and how the directory is differ from domain.con/mike ?

Old 06-25-2003, 04:55 PM   #2
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if you want to create a third level, you'll need to have a valid DNS entry for it first. (the name server for will need to know about

You can have an entry in your httpd.conf for and if you want to use you will only need to place /mike in the DocumentRoot for

If you wish to have apache serve pages for (provided you have the correct DNS info) you can use a VirtualHost directive with ServerName and a DocumentRoot pointing to wherever you placed /mike. placing /mike inder the DocumentRoot for would allow you to access the pages via or


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