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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Nov 2010
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    Hi folks.

    I have one website, but different domains, eg, a domain,, .ca and

    they all point to the one website, but I want to set up customised files for pages such as home, contact etc. I want to create these pages in a subfolder, eg, '/nz/' and the htaccess files checks if that files exists, if it does, use it, if it doesn't use the defualt page from the main website

    if domain =
    if file request also exists in a folder "/nz/"
    silently redirect user to the nz version of the file

    hope that makes sense?

    if anyone has any ideas - please let me know!



  3. #2
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    PHP Case

    I did the same thing but didn't use .htaccess but a php script. Using the Switch/case structure. do a google search for 'php switch case domain' and you will see some examples of this. Basically your taking the http_host variable and comparing it to the ones that you want to switch. While you will have a default value that rest will default to. Hope this helps.

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    Senior Member Dorky's Avatar
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    php for sure. my index is all php and all it does is gather data then pull the content required to build the page.

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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