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Old 11th May 2006, 10:39
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Default Multiple Sites to same folder

If I have a client with two or more domains:

www.domain1.co.uk
www.domain1.com

I.E. the two domains are the same, how can you point both of them to the same web folder, so that my customers will onyl have to update one site folder and both sites will have the updated pages.

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Old 11th May 2006, 11:38
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Create one site, then use "co-domain" function to assign multiple domains to the same web.

If you need to point the domains to another folder then you can use the "forward" option.

subdir/subdir2/
will forward incoming users to
maindomain.ext/subdir/subdir2 for that domain.
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