I must produce a registration form which produces subdomains (yet on localhost), however i have some problem. I understand how to produce subdomains, writing for instance these in vhosts:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org-PC.ingenidev DocumentRoot "C:/wamp/www/something/" ServerName localhost ServerAlias something.localhost ErrorLog "logs/error.log" CustomLog "logs/access.log" common </VirtualHost>
And set this line in hosts:
It's working, but things i want is the fact that after i register a brand new subdomain (for instance: other), when I attempt to spread out other.localhost, it opens the required folder (../www/other/). I attempted it in vhosts with "ServerName *.localhost", "ServerName localhost", "ServerAlias *.localhost", "ServerAlias localhost", as well as in hosts "127...1 *.localhost" with all the permutation of those, but neither of those labored for me personally. I've thinked about this, that on registration I put a brand new block in vhosts, using the optimal data, however i don't believe it is extremely safe/achievable/or the easiest method to do.
Hope someone might help me!
Thanks ahead of time!
Why not consider a rewriterule, which converts a subdomain right into a folder.
For instance, mystuff.localhost becomes localhost/mystuff
try adding another domain in serveralias:
ServerAlias something.localhost other.localhost