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    Lightbulb Double Subdomain?

    IM not quite sure what to call it but ive seen websites like UK.m.yahoo.com and mobile.UK.msn.com, which have a 'subdomain inside a subdomain'

    How do they do this?

    I know how to do singular Subdomain like m.domain.com,
    I have tried to type UK.m into the cpanel of my webhost but it says I can only use letters or numbers?

    Also I have not yet got a .com domain and so IM on a .co.cc at the moment. I realise tht I could need a .com domain to do this and I also realise that .co.cc is a Subdomain register.

    So will I need a .com to do the double subdomain?
    And how do I make a double Subdomain like the ones above?

    Many thanks,
    Last edited by iBlanky; 02-26-2011 at 06:55 AM.

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    I can do it in the cpanel on my site (http://a.b.cfaj.ca).

    Ask your host how to do it.
    Chris F.A. Johnson
    http://cfajohnson.com/

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    Thanks, but ive already asked both the web host and also their support team and they say they cant do it.

    So is there a way to do it, say in an ftp manager or someting, like creating a folder but somehow making it a subdomain???

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBlanky View Post
    So is there a way to do it, say in an ftp manager or someting, like creating a folder but somehow making it a subdomain???
    No. Get a different host.
    Chris F.A. Johnson
    http://cfajohnson.com/

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