> why would you want the content to be different nothing to "want", this client is stuck with this provider
>and second why wouldn't you have access to one of the domains? because they've put the webmail on the other domain...
There is no way out of this ISP as they've invested a ton in their proprietary system (site, shopping cart, bookkeeping and a lot of other related things included in one package) :(
>The solution would be to buy two hosting accounts ... if they're > different sites, then robots.txt on domain.com isn't the same as > robots.txt on www.domain.com since they are different physical files.
I hope we can simply place a robots.txt but it doesn't look like that.
> If you can get .htaccess permission I doubt that, but we'll try.
Hitprof, while it is techically very possible to have different content at domain.com and www.domain.com, I think it could be quite confusing to visitors who may type them interchangeably. If you must go that route, I'd definitely have clear linkage so people can find what they are looking for.