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sunrunner20

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  1. Yes, and I think the way to do it is through the RedirectMatch directive but, I can't get the regex right.
  2. The directory is as such . .. .htaccess {files for www.site.com} foo (folder for foo.site.com) When I use cpanel's redirect it causes the foo subdomain to become inaccisable. So, I need a way to redirect the main page to somewhere else without it afficting subdomains.
  3. I currently want to forward my root page to a subdomain of http://main.**** however, when I use a standard redirect directive it prevents my other subdomains from working. I'm wondering how I can get around this problem. I think this problem can be fixed by saying not to applying this to all sub folders, however I don't know how to do this.
  4. Sorry honey, I just had to figure out how the magical sealant worked...
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