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User: Anita W. 3 years ago
Small business owner/EW user here. I have a website created and hosted by EW, and I would now like to add a blog page with "blog.website.com" as a subdomain. When I create the blog page of the website, it won't let me point just that page to the subdomain. So do I need an entire different project file just for the blog page of the site to use the subdomain?
User: EverWeb Support 3 years ago
Hi Anita,

Yes, you should publish the blog page to the subdomain as a separate "website."

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User: Erich C. 2 years ago
Quote: EverWeb Support - 11/02/2021 15:33:59
Hi Anita,

Yes, you should publish the blog page to the subdomain as a separate "happy wheels."


Thank you for the recommendation. I'll be sure to check it out.
User: Jean P. 17 days ago
You seem to have encountered a technical problem while setting up your website. If your current website, EW, doesn't allow you to point a specific page to a subdomain like "blog.website.com", you may need a workaround.

One option is to create a separate project file or directory specifically for your blog in your hosting environment. This will essentially create a separate section of your website dedicated to blog content. You can then set the "blog.website.com" subdomain to point to this directory or project file.
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Alternatively, you can explore different hosting options or contact EW Customer Support for assistance. They may have alternative solutions or recommendations to help you achieve your goal of creating a blog page with a subdomain.

Be sure to consider the technical requirements and implications of creating a subdomain and make sure it aligns with your overall website strategy and goals.
User: Jean P. 17 days ago
Another option is to consider alternative hosting options or contact EW Customer Support for assistance. They may have alternative solutions or recommendations to help you achieve your goal of building a blog with a subdomain.

Last edit 17 days ago
User: Jean P. 17 days ago
One option is to create a separate project file or directory specifically for your blog in your hosting environment.

Last edit 17 days ago


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