I've recently installed Webinator on a dedictaed server running CentoOS. Our server has about 20 domains on it which we all own.
The URL search for using webinator is as follows:-
http://ourserveripaddress/cgi-bin/texis ... rofilename
Where ourserveripaddress is the the main ip address that the server was setup with initially. However, not all the IP addresses of the web sites on this server are necessarily the same, due to ssl requirements.
What I want to be able to do is have a search page on each of the domains we have. I can create a profile for each domain with no problems. But what I want for each domain is a search page on the lines of say:-
Each of the domains has it's own cgi-bin directory. Is there a way of setting up a hardlink or something to the location of webinator so that I can setup search queries that are domain sepcific such as:-
http://myotherdomain.com/cgi-bin/texis/ ... rofilename
If this part were to work, then I could just create a rewrite rule in .htaccess (in public_html) to point the above location. If that makes sense.
The main thing though is that each domain can have it's own search page.