Who ever has the working solution please assist. The problem I have is that a different e-commerce subdomain was intentionally created for the site I am working on. Due to my liking of silverstripe I decided to place SS in the root folder (also known as public_html) and the e-commerce system is running in a ws (webshop) folder. This folder is a subdomain folder so when accessed we are looking at http://ws.domainname.nl and http://www.domainname.nl for silverstripe.
I tried reconfiguring the .htaccess file but with no luck. It seems any changes remove the visibility of the entire silverstripe site.
I need to know what I need to place in the SS htaccess file so that any created subdomain is accessible whenever.
Now I am only receiving a Internal Server error 500 when accessing any folder and subdomain.
Any one have a working solution for this?
And I read a lot of threads in the forum but they seem to all speak about silverstripe on a subdomain and for a different project that proved not to be any problem. This is about silverstripe being the root and another CMS blogsystem ecommerce system is on another subdomain.
This is the same problem as I am having and from hours of scouring the forum I see a lot of other people are having this trouble of SS 2.3.3 trying to control a subdomain directory.
A few people are saying that the rules they used in the web root .htaccess file for SS 2.2.x no longer work in SS 2.3.3 I hope someone finds a solution soon, real soon!
I am trying to install phpList on a subdomain with SS installed in the web root directory, without any luck. The directory that the subdomain points to is in the web root. I cannot link it to a directory outside the web root. If I installed SS in a sub directory of the web root, things work fine. But not if SS is installed in the webroot.