If you have your main webpage on your root domain, most probably you consider possible ways of hooking the landing page under your domain without influencing the main page.
Which options of publishing your LP do you have?
- You can publish your LP under subdirectory (also known as subfolder), which means that the final address of your landing will be the URL with a path, like: www.your-domain-here.com/landing
- You can publish your LP under subdomain, and the final URL will look like: landing.your-domain-here.com
If you choose publishing under subdirectory, both main page and landing page need to point to the same servers – you cannot set a separate CNAME for main page and a landing page placed under subfolder. If you already have the page on your root domain, you should not publish your LP under subdirectory/subfolder – if you will do that, your main page won't display anymore.
Currently, in Landingi we do not support multiple levels of sub-directories (if the landing pages are hosted on our servers).
We recommend the usage of subdomains.
You can publish one landing page on your root domain and then another landing page under subfolder – in this case all sites will be displayed properly, because both sites point to the same, Landingi servers.