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Waarom verwijst subdomein naar hoofddomein?

Ik heb een subdomein aangemaakt, maar deze blijft verwijzen naar het hoofddomein. Staat er iets verkeerd ingesteld in het .htaccess-bestand? # This instruction sets 'index.php' as the default directory index, but on a # small number of servers this is disabled. If you're having issues with # mod_rewrite, try commenting out the following line: DirectoryIndex index.php index.html # Some extra settings that are disabled by default since the # php_flag directive is disallowed on many servers. # 1) Ensuring that short hand "<?" won't start PHP parsing ... # 2) Turn off register_globals # 3) Turn off magic_quotes #php_flag short_open_tag off #php_flag register_globals 0 #php_flag magic_quotes_gpc 0 RewriteEngine On # RewriteBase / # Standard PivotX rules for non-crufty URLs. The rules always work, but non-crufty # URL must be enabled in the PivotX configuration too before they are actually used. # If you have enabled localized rewrite prefixes (for page, entry, category, archive # and so) you need to update/duplicate the rules below accordingly. RewriteRule ^archive/(.*)/trackback/?$ index.php?trackback&uri=$1&rewrite=archive [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^archive/(.*)$ index.php?uri=$1&rewrite=archive [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^entry/(.*)/trackback/?$ index.php?trackback&e=$1&rewrite=entry [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^entry/(.*)$ index.php?e=$1&rewrite=entry [L,QSA] # Note: The two following rules match any date from year 1000 up to year 3000 # pretty strictly to avoid matching page URIs starting with numbers ... RewriteRule ^([1-2][0-9]{3})[/-]([0-1][0-9][/-][0-3][0-9](/.*)?)/trackback/?$ index.php?trackback&uri=$1/$2&rewrite=archive [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^([1-2][0-9]{3})[/-]([0-1][0-9][/-][0-3][0-9](/.*)?)$ index.php?uri=$1/$2&rewrite=archive [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^page/(.*)$ index.php?uri=$1&rewrite=page [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^tag/(.*)$ index.php?t=$1&rewrite=tag [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^tags(/([^/]*)/?)?$ index.php?x=tagpage&w=$2 [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^search/(.*)$ index.php?q=$1&rewrite=search [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^search$ index.php?rewrite=search [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^visitor(/([^/]*)/?)?$ index.php?x=visitorpage&w=$2 [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^category/(.*)$ index.php?c=$1&rewrite=category [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^weblog/(.*)$ index.php?w=$1 [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^author/(.*)$ index.php?u=$1&rewrite=author [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^browse/(.*)$ index.php?o=$1&rewrite=offset [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^rss(/.*)?$ index.php?feed=rss$1&rewrite=feed [L,QSA] RewriteRule ^atom(/.*)?$ index.php?feed=atom$1&rewrite=feed [L,QSA] # Some rules to make old Pivot URLs redirect to the new PivotX URLs. You can # remove this block if you are using a fresh install of PivotX, but if you are # upgrading from Pivot these rules will make sure that you don't loose any # visitors. (The rules might have to be adopted if you used non-standard # locations for archive files and such.) # RewriteRule ^archives/archive_(.*)\.php index.php?a=$1 [R=301,L] # RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} id=([1-9][0-9]*) # RewriteRule ^pivot/entry.php index.php?e=%1 [R=301,L] # RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} c=([^&]*) # RewriteRule ^pivot/archive.php index.php?c=%1 [R=301,L] # RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} tag=([^&]*) # RewriteRule ^pivot/tags.php index.php?t=%1 [R=301,L] # RewriteRule ^rss\.xml$ rss [R=301,L] # RewriteRule ^atom\.xml$ atom [R=301,L] # Fallback for non-existing pages: Show the PivotX 404 page instead. RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(([a-z0-9_-]+)(/([a-z0-9_-]*))?)$ index.php?uri=$1&rewrite=page [L,QSA]