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    Changing link address for website content

    I would like to know how to change the addressing for site page content on the site I maintain, azbellasera.org.

    To clarify, instead of using the link http://azbellasera.org/newsarch.php, I would like to reach the same page by using newsarch.azbellasera.org.

    Is this something I can do, or does it require changes from our web site host provider?

    Thank you for your consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcinaz View Post
    I would like to know how to change the addressing for site page content on the site I maintain, azbellasera.org.

    To clarify, instead of using the link http://azbellasera.org/newsarch.php, I would like to reach the same page by using newsarch.azbellasera.org.

    Is this something I can do, or does it require changes from our web site host provider?

    Thank you for your consideration.
    As far as as know, you will have to create a subdomain (newsearch.azbellasera.org). This may be something you can do as part of your hosting package with your host provider, or it may be something that you have to pay extra for. Some web site hosting companies allow a subdomain to be set up by using the "Control Panel"; otherwise get in touch with your host provider and ask them.
    Paul

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    Thank you for introducing me to the subdomain idea -- I was unfamiliar with it. I'm exploring doing so with my web host, and will post again when/if the issue is resolved.

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