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mungton, thanks for the reply. I had tried this, but it didn't work for me because then the links didn't work. We are using a standard header/footer with absolute URL references (since they are called from any page at any level within the site). These links didn't work when vspider crawled the site through the vdir.
Ok I understand.
Well depending on how much control you have with the site there might be some ways of doing it.
For example you could place the files in another dir under the root of the domain so you would access the site like this - http://yourdomain.com/newdir/index.php. Then your vdir under localhost would have the same name as this dir (e.g newdir) but would actually point directly to the folder with the same name on the domain rather then the root. That way you could use relative paths such as /newdir/somelink.cfm in your headers/footers which will work at any level within the site on both configs.
Alternatively you could make the same vdir on both sites with both pointing the to the domains root. The relative link as in the previous option will still work.
Hope that helps.