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Its drupal 7 wesite.

suppose:I have a domain . url --> www.pqs.com


I need a multisite with this url. I have two sections in this site one is Civil construction and another is Electromechanical .

When i load the URL ,there will be a landing page loaded .This landing page contains two links, one is Civil construction and another is Electromechanical .

so the url for each section maybe www.pqs.com/civil & www.pqs.com/electromech. The design layout ,contents and menus for both sections are different.

Is it really a multisite? I don't want subdomains for this.

How can i accomplish this in drupal 7 by a professional manner?

Please suggest me an effective method.

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i found multisite_wizard and installed in my test server. Remark: i installed the site in my test server pqs.com/prosq/ . prosq is the drupal installed folder. In Sites.php file i entered the following line:

$sites = array('pqs.com/prosqa/Civil'; => 'Civil','pqs.com/prosqa/MEP'; => 'MEP' );

When i configuring the module i am stuck on the following step: Create sites folders inside sites/ folder Also i saw this message:

Hint: the folders names should be the same as values of domain-folder array in the site.php file Folders to be created: pqs.com/prosqa/Civil,pqs.com/prosq/MEP

I created Civil,MEP in sites folder and refresh the config page.But i still saw the same.Please help me.

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  • i found multisite_wizard and installed in my test server.In Sites.php file i entered the following line: $sites = array('pqs.com/prosqa/Civil' => 'Civil','pqs.com/prosqa/MEP' => 'MEP' ); When i configuring the module i am stuck on the following step: Create sites folders inside sites/ folder Hint: the folders names should be the same as values of domain-folder array in the site.php file Folders to be created: pqs.com/prosqa/Civil,http://pqs.com/prosq/MEP I created Civil,MEP in sites folder.But it is nor detecting.
    – harikris
    Commented Apr 18, 2013 at 10:28

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