[TYPO3] Running multiple sites on one Typo3 installation
info at anothervision.co.uk
Thu Apr 6 12:26:17 CEST 2006
Great! Thanks for your help.
Sorry to be a bit of a thickie... But just for clarification...
It might look like this
[-]Home <<this is the main site
[-]Home2 << choose this then define 'Domain' under the 'list'
Set home2 with its own templates/extension templates for page styling etc...
Now, I can load Home2 by using www.domain1.com/index.php?id=xx, but my
knowledge of Apache is, frankly, pathetic. And it's the bit about
> point the domain at the same install using Apache
That loses me.
Sorry, and thanks for helping a guy out
From: typo3-english-bounces at lists.netfielders.de
[mailto:typo3-english-bounces at lists.netfielders.de] On Behalf Of Neil
Sent: Thursday 6 April 2006 10:33
To: typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de
Subject: Re: [TYPO3] Running multiple sites on one Typo3 installation
Another Vision wrote:
> From: Mike Kendall [mailto:mike at anothervision.co.uk]
> Sent: Thursday 6 April 2006 10:19
> To: 'typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de'
> Subject: Running multiple sites on one Typo3 installation
> Can anyone point me in the direction of some guidance on this...
> I've tried searching the netfielders.de list, but I think there's a
> problem with the engine.
> I've an existing typo3 3.7 installation that works well for the client
> and uses realURL for SEO friedliness. Now they want to add another
> simpler site (with its own URLs etc).
> Since it's a sister site for the main one, what I'd like is use the
> same mySQL DB, possibly even the same logins and admin access for the
> CMS since it's the same team that will be running it. How do you go
> about setting up the URLs so that the main site is accessed with
> www.site1.com... etc and the sister site www.site2.com and
> www.site2.com/section/page.html etc and the navigation/menu creation etc
keeps itself nicely separate?
> Any articles/documentation you could point me to?
> Thanks in advance
We do a bit of this. The domain bit is easy, you just create a domain record
(using the list module) on the part of the tree that you want to appear as
the root of another domain, then point the domain at the same install using
You may want to make the template at this point in the tree a rootlevel one,
so you can re-specify anything that's different between to two. You don't
have to though.
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