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 * **Subdomains** are generally a cleaner, more elegant solution to organizing your site. You're less likely to get conflicts or errors. However, when using subdomains the process is slightly more complicated:​ You must create subdomains first, before you can install anything in them. are generally a cleaner, more elegant solution to organizing your site. You're less likely to get conflicts or errors. However, when using subdomains the process is slightly more complicated:​ You must create subdomains first, before you can install anything in them. * **Subdomains** are generally a cleaner, more elegant solution to organizing your site. You're less likely to get conflicts or errors. However, when using subdomains the process is slightly more complicated:​ You must create subdomains first, before you can install anything in them. are generally a cleaner, more elegant solution to organizing your site. You're less likely to get conflicts or errors. However, when using subdomains the process is slightly more complicated:​ You must create subdomains first, before you can install anything in them.
  
-* **Subdirectory** don't create as pretty URLs as subdomains, but they'​re easier to set up. They can, however, result in conflicts with existing Web pages.+* **Subdirectories** don't create as pretty URLs as subdomains, but they'​re easier to set up. They can, however, result in conflicts with existing Web pages.
  
 * As soon as you create subdomains or subdirectories to organize your site, you need to consider how people are going to find them. If you've created a new primary blog at **blog.yourdomain.com**,​ and someone goes to just **yourdomain.com**,​ they won't see that new site. It is possible to set up **redirects** to avoid this issue. You can also always create links from pages on one subdomain of your site to another. * As soon as you create subdomains or subdirectories to organize your site, you need to consider how people are going to find them. If you've created a new primary blog at **blog.yourdomain.com**,​ and someone goes to just **yourdomain.com**,​ they won't see that new site. It is possible to set up **redirects** to avoid this issue. You can also always create links from pages on one subdomain of your site to another.
cpanel/subdomains-vs-subfolders.txt · Last modified: 2015/08/06 20:15 by anoop