ricard, with ur reply i got another question2ask (that i've asked at many places but found no satisfactory answer; i m not sure, but i merely put this question here now)
how can we use relative links in subdomains
i mean using relative links we can't jump out of a subdomain folder
httpd.conf scheme generally maps subdomains as for e.g., http://subdomain.domain
not as http://domain/subdomain
though subdomain folders are in public_html just like other folders
we can't edit remote httpd.conf file; can some .htaccess trick let us achieve relative urls in our subdomains folders ?
and4om prakash,i would say http://domain
would not map to http://www.domain
unless we do cannonical names setting in a .htaccess file (Apache/Linux)
it is a good practice to let requests served by both http://domain
both but it is still better to convert http://www.domain
request to http://domain
as an example i've seen listings of many websites in search-engines; i found http://php.net
! surpise !
though practically all host use http://www.domain
any satisfactory answer for that extra 'www' ?
just a convention ?