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Mutliple Domains/Subdomains in Joomla 1.0.x
Trying to use a multitude of domains and subdomains in a single Joomla...
pfilias

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Msg#: 3731099 posted 4:05 am on Aug 26, 2008 (gmt 0)

Good day everyone,

I'm not having much luck with this puzzle I'm trying to solve, while preserving SEO and Google Page Rank my client has.

I hope someone can help me with this. We are launching a site soon that has a few different domain names tied to it for various sections of the site.

I'd like to know how to "mask" the domain name that is shown to the user to be the domain that that is applicable.

Example, the site is called joomlasite.com, and the various sections are titled:
General
Support
Information

Let's say that the "Information" section is a redo of a site that used to be at information.com. We want the users to see "information.com" when they are visiting the "Information" section of the Joomla website. Am I making sense here? I basically want the Joomla installation to absorb 2 or 3 sites that live at different domains now, but will all be served with one Joomla installation.

We are currently using OpenSEF, and I see in there something about different domain names but wasn't sure how to proceed with that.

How can this be done?

 

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