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problem with page and alias

Posted on 2006-11-02
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hello,
I added this line to my httpd.conf
Alias /galleries/ "/home/virtual/domain1.com/var/www/html/galleries/"

when I go to
domain1.com/galleries
domain2.com/galleries
domain3.com/galleries

I see the galleries and thats what I want!

In each of those galleries this is what I have

<? include("../main/header.php"); ?>
my content
<? include("../main/footer.php"); ?>

I also added main dir to domain2 and 3
to match the template and pics
but if I go to domain2 or 3 it show the main dir
from domain1... how can I fix this?
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Question by:Sabrin
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The Alias directive is sending all requests for /galleries/ to the galleries for domain1.com. Is that what you intended?
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