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    Uploading File to specific address

    I use godaddy for my website and would like to upload a file to a subdomain so ideally the link would look like this.

    subdomain.domain.com/filename

    Is this possible and does anyone have any tips on how to do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by webdesig1 View Post
    I use godaddy for my website and would like to upload a file to a subdomain so ideally the link would look like this.

    subdomain.domain.com/filename

    Is this possible and does anyone have any tips on how to do it?
    How are you uploading the file? Are you using FTP? Just using file manager on your browser?


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    Just using the file manager

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    Do you already have a subdomain created?


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    I think i do yes

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    If you have created your subdomain you will simply add your files to that directory and you can do what you are wanting. You will have to use the correct extension and capitalization. So if you want to reach the file "aboutMe.pdf" then the url has to be the exact same, subdomain.domain.com/aboutMe.pdf should work. You can use htaccess to make it so any capitalization will work, but I think the extension is required.


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