SocialEngine 4: Enable Sub-Domain

When you have SocialEngine installed within your root directory you may find yourself unable to create sub-domains without getting an internal server error.

This happens as SocialEngine like to take control of the whole site but there is an easy and simple fix for this.

When creating your sub-domain upload the files you wish and if the uploaded files contain a .HTACCESS file all you need to do is open this file and edit one line.

RewriteEngine On

Change the On to Off

All Done.

If you do not have a .HTACCESS file create one and add this coding.

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
 RewriteEngine Off
</IfModule>

Save and upload to your sub-domain File

Hope this helps you out.

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Andrew Cross

Andrew Cross

Hi, I'm Andrew. A am a 25, ICT Administrator which offers support to company's around the South Wales Area. I have created a few social sites for myself and other company's. So far 2 out of 3 have been successful using the powerful SocialEngine Script. I continue to try and help the community of SocialEngine by giving Support and Technical Help where possible.

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