I am reopening a problem raised last year on this forum. When
I try to edit a page in a subdomain
(my-subdomain.my-domain.com/my-page.htm), it tells me that I am
trying to edit a page I don't yet have a connection to. When I
attempt to create the connection, it tells me I already have a
connection to that domain (www.my-domain.com). It is true that I
have a connection to the domain, but it isn't making a distinction
for the subdomain. I cannot find a workaround for this. Although
the subdomain is created as a folder within the root directory of
the domain on the server, it is not actually a folder within the
web site at www.my-domain.com. I consider this a serious deficiency
of Contribute, an otherwise wonderful product. HAs anyone solved
this problem or gotten any feedback from Adobe about it?
Thanks for your quick response! I tried the solution...
removed an IP address and the added the subdomain name to the
address list. I then opened the SUBDOMAIN home page in my browser
and clicked Edit Page. I didn't get the usual message about not
having established a connection, but it loaded the DOMAIN home page
for editing, not the subdomain page I had been looking at. So, it
appears that it is considering a subdomain name to simply be an
alias for the domain name. I'll experiment some more, but it
doesn't look like this solution matches the problem.