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Okay, after many mess-ups & mistakes, and a very substantial disk space upgrade, I'm going to go about this the right way.

 

I'm setting up a test site for configuring & debugging new contributions or any changes before I put them on the main site. So far I have set this up as a subdomain, but the problem I have is that as I click around in the subdomain, I keep getting referred back to the real site. Is there a way to do this without changing 6 million file associations?

 

Thanks,

 

Wendy

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Okay, after many mess-ups & mistakes, and a very substantial disk space upgrade, I'm going to go about this the right way.

 

I'm setting up a test site for configuring & debugging new contributions or any changes before I put them on the main site.  So far I have set this up as a subdomain, but the problem I have is that as I click around in the subdomain, I keep getting referred back to the real site.  Is there a way to do this without changing 6 million file associations?

 

Thanks,

 

Wendy

 

When moving a site you only need to change two files

 

includes/configure.php

admin/includes/configure.php

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