If you have questions about using mojoPortal, you can post them here.
You may want to first review our site administration documentation to see if your question is answered there.
How do I remove hostheaders from a site?
Hostheaders are access from the first site; they are called Host Names in mojoPortal. More details can be found here: http://www.mojoportal.com/multiplesitesbasedonhostnames.aspx
Thanks Todd for the quick reply
I looking to remove a hostheader from the hostheader list within the site. Im running multiple sites with one SQL database and i have no issuses. I accidently type in the host header wrong and wish to remove it
Does this do it?
Login in to site #1. [Admin] [Site Settings] Change Site Title to the site you wish to administer [Host Name Mapping] at the bottom of the list is a blue X that allows you to delete it.
Alternatively, host names are stored in table mp_SiteHosts.
Im not seeing the Blue X. Do i need to make a change in the web.config to see the blue X?
Strange, so you are seeing the host name you want to delete but not a blue X? Just for the record I changed from our production server to our test server and see the blue X changed to a trash can icon, you don’t have either one I assume.
This may be a stretch… but did you customize your CSS? I wonder if the icon is hidden. Doubtful, but you may want to switch to a different skin just to see if the icon appears and then switch back.
I am running out of ideas…
That did the trick. I now see the Trash can to the left of the hostheader.
Thanks a million
Great! Glad to be of assistance.