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//Where I list all of my domains on the server
$WebHost = "test.com";
//Compensate if user uses "www"
$WebHostWWW = "www.test.com";
$SubDomain01 = "test01.test.com";
$SubDomain02 = "test02.test.com";
($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] == $WebHost)
($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] == $WebHostWWW)
($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] == $Subdomain01)
($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] == $Subdomain02)
$AbsolutePath = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/";
$SubDomainHomePath = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/subdomains/";
$BasePath = "http://www.$WebHost/";
$WebsiteURL = "http://www.$WebHost/";
else //Local paths on my local server on my computer
$AbsolutePath = $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/test";
$SubDomainHomePath = "/subdomains/";
$BasePath = "http://localhost/";
$WebsiteURL = "http://localhost/";
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<?php echo '<pre>'; var_dump($_SERVER);
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