Any folder on your site can be accessed as a subdomain of your site
All you have to do is create the folder and add a index file
The index can then be accessed as http://subdomain.site.xtgem.com
This page is a subdomain There are two ways to code for a subdomain which method you use will depend on what you want from the subdomain and your level of skill with html.
The first method uses the <base> tag this makes all relative links in the page relative to the site specified in the tag so if you set this <base href="http://YOUR SITE.COM" /> In the <head> area of the page or the _headtags file.
You can then create the page in the subdomain folder using most of the building tools as normal
1/ relative links are relative to the main site NOT the subdomain
2/ links to pages or files in the subdomain folder MUST be full http addresses using the subdomain
If you do not add the<base> tag
1/ all relative addresses are relative to the subdomain NOT the main site
2/ links to pages or files in the main site MUST be full http addresses
3/ your _header _footer _headtags files will not work for the subdomain if they contain relative addresses
4/ All address created by the building tool for links or images using the filebrowser will be incorrect
when the page is viewed as a subdomain
Both types of
The _header _footer and _headtags files are still included from the main site
(_header and _footer can be switched off from the page options in the building tool)
Your css template will still apply
You can upload a separate favicon.ico file which will be used when the page is accessed as a subdomain
just upload it into the subdomain folder
(this subdomain has a different icon)
subdomains in filelist
If you wish to use your subdomain in a filelist function for a folder IN THE SUBDOMAIN
you can just specify it "template" followed by .file_name. instead of using .file_url.