Friday, 22 June 2012

Subdomains

Emma set the CNAME records for subdomains from home today, because we aren't able to access the CPanel from NTG or CDU networks.

I applied the subdomains onto the program sites:
  1. eteam.cslld.edu.au
  2. research.cslld.edu.au
  3. coaching.cslld.edu.au
  4. literacy.cslld.edu.au
  5. preparation.cslld.edu.au
  6. mentors.cslld.edu.au (we haven't applied this one because it is probably using a different domain)
  7. orientation.cslld.edu.au
  8. cultures.cslld.edu.au
  9. leadteachers.cslld.edu.au
  10. principals.cslld.edu.au
  11. making.cslld.edu.au
  12. arriving.cslld.edu.au
  13. thriving.cslld.edu.au
Unfortunately we messed up the creation of orientation, research and elearning and even after deleting and recreating them, we haven't been able to apply them to the related sites. I suspect deleting subdomains isn't a real DELETE...

Emma suggested a work around of exporting the site and recreating it, but this means loosing all the statistical data, authorship records, and applying the sub domain still doesn't seem to work. I suspect this is the same issue that Jon had with the Mentors domain..

We'll probably just have to create new subdomains if we can't work out why they won't go down on the sites.

UPDATE 25 June 2012:
The solution turned out to be, deleting the CNAME record and recreating it with the domain host, and then re-adding it to the Blogger site.

2 comments:

  1. I reckon keep mentors as a placeholder -- we just need to wait until we have a program or research activity officially started. In the meantime, some links are being gathered at http://mentors.net/

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