Ughh it's so frustrating when you have to wait over 24hours for a support ticket and you still get no response from your host.
Anyway I need to add a wildcard ServerAlias and a RedirectMatch to the VirtualHost settings in httpd.conf to create a "catchall virtualhost" but the thing is I only have a reseller account from where I have asked for this to be done and I was told that I could do this myself in cPanel but I cannot find the httpd.conf file in cPanel and I've only got a reseller account. Would anyone enlighten me on where I could find this since at Galaxy-Hosts I was told to look in cPanel file manager but it's not there! And they haven't responded to my support ticket for over 24hurs now. :| lol
That is really depressing that they have dropped to such a poor level of support service.
But yeah, you need access to httpd.conf to make a wildcard change.
I thought Galaxy Hosts used to be one of the more reputable ones, though.
On topic, you need root to edit httpd.con - unfortunately.
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Check this I have wildcard dns for subdomains on my webhost
I'll post you the .htaccess you'll need later today.