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This is somewhat linked to this question. I have 2 Drupal 7 sites hosted in subfolders, one of which is intended to be a production site (public_html/site1) and the other is the testing site (public_html/site1-test).

The main url (i.e., site1.com) should be shown when accessing the production site. When I go to my main url, it shows correctly. However, all links and content are shown via the subfolder (e.g., site1.com/site1/content/... rather than site1/content).

To facilitate the change, I updated the $base_url variable in the settings.php file to serve the base URL (i.e., site1.com) and that completely breaks the site. The theme stops showing, logins don't work, etc.

Is there a way around this problem? The main site should mask off the subfolder in the url, however I don't think I can do that without updating the $base_url

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Try setting your base URL in settings.php like

$base_url = 'http://site1.com';  // NO trailing slash!

And in your .htaccess file set RewriteBase to:

RewriteBase /site1

or

RewriteBase /site1-test
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  • Didn't work...site was still broken. – the_e Apr 5 '15 at 3:51
  • I have actually tried this answer in the past, so I assume its a common fix. If this still breaks site functionality, do you know if the problem is htaccess-related, or Drupal-related? – the_e Apr 6 '15 at 14:02

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