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we're running a mojoportal installation with multiple sites. So there is our main website www.etask.de and some other sites using their own host names.
Now we want to implement new language-based sites based on our main website. They should be accessed by folder names, such as www.etask.de/en or www.etask.de/fr.
I've implemented those two new sites as described here: http://www.mojoportal.com/multiplesitesbasedonfoldernames.aspx
But now our other, "stand-alone" sites are no longer available by the host name feature. So it seems that we must decide whether to use host or folder name feature?
Is there a way to use both features - so that we can decide if a mojo site whether is a stand-alone (host name) or a sub of the main site (folder name)?
Or do we have to set up a seperate mojoportal installation?
Thank you very much in advance and many greetings from Dome-City Cologne,
Using host names or folder names is an either or thing, we do not support both at once, so you would need different installations for each host name if you want to have folder sites beneath the host root site.
Hope it helps,
thank you very much for your quick answer.
Maybe this is a feature request, if it makes sense to you and its not much work?
It would be a great deal of work and would introduce a lot of complexity that is best avoided, that is why it is an either or thing. Sorry but this is not going to be changed, it will remain an either or thing.
No problem, thank you for your answer.
Best regards, Stephan
just another question to this topic.
Do you think it might be possible to create two installations of mojoportal using THE SAME database?
Thanks in advance,
Yes, you could use the same connection string and different installations with different host names but you would still have to use the first site to setup the secondary sites the same as if it was one installation. Can't see much benefit to doing that though.