I've installed the multi-site extension, which is most excellent, but I can't figure out the URL patterns needed to navigate to each of my different sites. Can someone using multi-site give me the quick idiot's guide to using this extension? I've configured my sites, I just can't view them. I'm using the built-in WEBrick web server for development.
on 2008-12-16 21:19
on 2008-12-16 21:24
Todd, Try this settings: Domain match: .*www\.yourdomain\.com[.\/]* Base domain: www.yourdomain.com Michael
on 2008-12-16 21:48
Michael Kessler wrote: > Todd, > > Try this settings: > > Domain match: .*www\.yourdomain\.com[.\/]* > Base domain: www.yourdomain.com > > Michael Thanks for the reply. I should probably clarify what I'm doing. I'm running Radiant on my local machine on port 3000 so my URL is http://localhost:3000. Assuming I have defined two sites, named site1 and site2, how would I set up each site so I could access them like so - http://localhost:3000/site1 and http://localhost:3000/site2? -Todd
on 2008-12-16 22:08
I don't know if it is possible to run multiple radiant sites under different contexts on a single domain, but I have had some problems to run normal rails apps with that setup months ago. I have different development sites running under a single domain, but I use a setup with canonical names DNS entries. So you could try something like this: Site 1 Domain match: .*site1\.yourdomain\.com[.\/]* Site 1 Base domain: site1.yourdomain.com Site 2 Domain match: .*site2\.yourdomain\.com[.\/]* Site 2 Base domain: site2.yourdomain.com for production and for development just add 127.0.0.1 site1.localhost site2.localhost to your host config file and then use Site 1 Domain match: .*site1\.localhost[.\/]* Site 1 Base domain: site1.localhost Site 2 Domain match: .*site2\.localhost[.\/]* Site 2 Base domain: site2.localhost Hope this helps Michael