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Use it for questions about configuring Drupal as multi-site, and/or using Drupal's multi-site feature.

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This question is dangerously off-topic, but as far as Drupal is concerned there are two primary things to consider. True multisite (multiple independent sites running our of the same DOCROOT) versus …
answered Mar 7 '13 by mpdonadio
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There is no good answer for this, as it will vary host-to-host. Sometimes, shared hosts use management tools that map domains to accounts to directories. This makes it hard(er) to do the Apache Serv …
answered Jun 7 '12 by mpdonadio
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I use the sledgehammer approach and search/replace from template_process_html: function foo_process_html (&$variables) { $variables["page"] = str_replace("http://internal.example.com/", "/", $varia …
answered Jul 7 '12 by mpdonadio
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The Domain Access module may fit your bill, but it is more geared towards subdomains and not subdirectories. It is worth looking into, though, if you want to have a common database. If I were you, I …
answered Aug 27 '11 by mpdonadio
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Multisite isn't really meant for situations where you want to share content. This is what Domain Access module does. Essentially, it allows you to have different behaviors for a site with subdomains …
answered Nov 15 '11 by mpdonadio
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I think you have a whole bunch of things going wrong here. You need to turn on name based virtual hosts in your httpd.conf: NameVirtualHost *:80 Then you need to configure your virtual host to res …
answered Feb 18 '14 by mpdonadio
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If you are running true multisite, then your sites are sharing the same code, but not the same database catalogs. If you are in a situation where you only have access to a single database catalog, th …
answered Jul 12 '13 by mpdonadio
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One approach would be to use the Domain Access module. Not sure if you can use it with subdirectories, but you can use it with subdomains. Basically, you would create an "affiliate" (module's term f …
answered Feb 22 '12 by mpdonadio
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I think you are on the right track, but I think doing this as a true multi-site is overkill, and potentially the wrong idea. Ideally, you want your desktop site and mobile site to share the same cont …
answered Oct 24 '11 by mpdonadio
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It doesn't totally help with the default paths, but I explicitly define them for each theme: /** * Implements hook_preprocess_html(). */ function MYTHEME_preprocess_html(&$variables) { $path = dr …
answered Jun 17 '13 by mpdonadio
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Assuming you have drush working, and have proper site aliases set up, the following should work: drush @sites vset maintenance_mode 1 Turn take them all out, do drush @sites vset maintenance_mode …
answered Feb 8 '12 by mpdonadio
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Assuming you have ServerName and ServerAlias properly defined in Apache, I suspect you have the default canonical URL redirects enabled in your .htaccess. Make sure this stuff is all commented out: …
answered Jul 17 '12 by mpdonadio
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I would make up a module with a hook_menu in it with a path of "crossdomain.xml". In the menu callback, figure out your domain and serve up the proper file with the proper MIME type. Install the mod …
answered Jul 24 '12 by mpdonadio
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This is one of the things that you can do with the Domain Access module. Essentially, it allows you to have different behaviors for a site with subdomains, but running from the same database. This i …
answered Sep 20 '11 by mpdonadio
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I am not sure if it will fit your bill, but the Domain Access module may work for you. With it, you can map different themes to different domains (the Domain Theme submodule) does this. I haven't us …
answered Jun 4 '12 by mpdonadio

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