Multi-site is an architectural design decision that allows utilizing one drupal code base to power multiple drupal databases.
This page describes the minimum required steps for configuring a multi-site development environment on a Linux machine. The steps go through
Drupal allows you to run multiple sites from a single Drupal code installation -- each with its own modules, content, theme, etc. For
if you don't know what multi-site is about, read the general multi-site documentation first.
This guide will cover how to deploy multiple sites from within a single Drupal installation for a local user
Below are some specific multi-site documentation (for Linux) for different use cases. Please consider reading the general multi-site
To get multi-sites working on apache on a Mac, see "HowTo: Configure your local workstation to serve multiple sites using Drupal's multisite
This page describes how to set up a multi-site Drupal install using Windows and Apache, via the WampServer package. The instructions cover
Below you find instructions for setting up multi-site on Windows.
Here I present my recommended settings on Drupal in related to Single Site / Multisite of Drupal Installation by mapping Subdomains and URL
Building on comments from this forum topic, I've implemented a shared code-base system which has the following features:
What to think about with regard to multisite installations.
Can we add SSL certificate to an add-on domain? is a common question and is answered in http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/can-we-add-ssl
Firstly install Drupal 7 thanks to your distribution or by hand. (Ubuntu 11.04 doesn't include Drupal 7, but Mageia 3 and 4 do.) If you
MySQL administrator calls "schema" what Drupal and PhpMyAdmin call "database".
Bulk loop 2
Bulk loop 1
Don't forget to include your web sites folders and database schemata in your regular backup scheme. They are located in /var/www/drupal7