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I'm looking to switch my Site Name (admin/config/system/site-information) depending on what url I'm at. So if I was at www.example.com/cat I could have the site name be Cats and if I was at www.example.com/dog I could have the site name be Dogs.

Doe anyone know of a module that has this functionality?

I know that this is similar to a multisite, but I just need to create a bunch of tiny blogs and a multisite seems like overkill.

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  • I may just toss a block in the branding region that would have the site-logo and site-name. The other option I'm looking at would be to check the path in the region--branding.tpl.php file, and then use a switch statement to set the site-name & links to the "home" of the Cat or Dog blog.
    – nmillin
    Feb 22 '12 at 15:22
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One approach would be to use the Domain Access module. Not sure if you can use it with subdirectories, but you can use it with subdomains. Basically, you would create an "affiliate" (module's term for a site) for dogs and one for cats, and configure as needed.

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  • I looked at Domain Access, but it seems like overkill also. It is mostly for sharing nodes which I won't be doing.
    – nmillin
    Feb 22 '12 at 15:19
  • It may be overkill now, but getting things like this set up in advance to plan for site growth can be a good idea.
    – mpdonadio
    Feb 25 '12 at 13:53

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