I have some directories created (one for each domain I have externally managed and redirected using WebFaction DNS) and I pointed each domain to the corresponding folder in the websites menu, so I have something like:
One Static/CGI/PHP-5.3 App running on htdocs and inside this, one folder per domain as I mentioned before. So I configured in the "Domains/Websites > Websites" menu the folder for each domain, getting something like:
Name: project_name Disabled: No Ip: Web999 - 188.8.131.52 Https: No Subdomains: externaldomain.com Site apps: /dir_inside_htdocs/second_dir: htdocs
But when I access to the externaldomain.com site, I get a "There is no application mounted at the root of this domain." error and I don't know why, because this domain is within an application, isn't it?
asked Jan 21 '12 at 03:14
The "site apps" uses a "URL Path". This is a path in URL space.
For example, let's say we have:
That means that your
Which is probably not what you want. Instead, you would map the URL subpaths that you want to use. For example:
Assuming that you have 3 applications,
What you are attempting to do, which is map
Hope that helps!
answered Jan 21 '12 at 03:26