[development] multisite installation

Jennifer Hodgdon yahgrp at poplarware.com
Mon Feb 8 16:01:15 UTC 2010

You should be using sites/a.example.com/themes and 
sites/b.example.com/themes as your themes directories, not the themes 
directory within the top level of Drupal.


Ashraf Amayreh wrote:
> I've setup a multisite installation in this form:
> a.example.com
> b.example.com
> c.abc.com -> a.example.com
> d.abc.com -> b.example.com
> e.abc.com -> a.example.com
> etc....
> I noticed that the only thing I change in the settings.php file is the
> connection string and filepath, so I created one folder:
> abc.com
> That gets all the requests. The only problem is that I need the
> themes/modules folder to be a.example.com/themes when we're accessing c or
> e.abc.com and b.example.com/themes when accessing d.abc.com, clearly,
> abc.com can only point to either a.example.com or b.example.com, when
> accessing c.abc.com I want to see a.example.com's themes and modules, when
> accessing d.abc.com I want to see b.example.com's themes and modules. With
> one symbolic link called abc.com I can't do that.

Jennifer Hodgdon * Poplar ProductivityWare
Drupal, WordPress, and custom Web programming

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