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Godaddy deluxe hosting question

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by Roparadise, Jul 8, 2011.

  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    I just upgraded to deluxe hosting on go daddy. If I'm going to be hosting 4 sites on it,then will they be somewhat separates from each other,and not a subdomain? When I go to the ftp info of the primary site,it shows up as a subdomain.

    I need it to be like the following example:
    aaa.com
    bbb.com
    ccc.com
    ddd.com

    not aaa.com/bbb aaa.com/ccc aaa.com/ddd
     
  2. webnise

    webnise Regular Member

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    You first need to add your site in ' Domain Manager' and point it to some folder on your ftp account.

    It is better to create a new folder for each domain.

    Just login to ftp, create folders and then login to your hosting panel on Godaddy, go to domain manager, add your domain and set 'hosted here'.

    I am currently hosting 20 sites and all of them are on separate domains.
     
  3. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    But a person won't be able to tell what the primary site is? The primary one is a adult one,but with non-nude pics and maybe some links to other adult sites.
     
  4. PhillyLuke

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    No you should be ok - while they are all just "directories" in your main domain there is no footprint between them.

    The only way someone might be able to divulge the link between your 4 domains is by running a who-is search on each seperate one and then realizing they are all interconnected.

    Very unlikely that would happen :)
     
  5. PhillyLuke

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    On a side note - running a who-is on one of the "newer" domains hosted under your main one won't reveal the main URL of your hosting account - just the general whois information you usually find - email/date of creation/etc.
     
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