Despite the site_frontpage variable being saved into the domain_conf table for a specific domain, the front page for that domain displays as the site-wide default front page.

Looked at the following: - Nothing in our themes is redirecting or otherwise munging the front page. We've confirmed this by changing other site information for this domain, then visiting the domains front page. None of those changes are displayed. However, if we visit the canonical URL of the front page for the domain in question, those changes to the domain's site information are displaying correctly. - Changing the weight of the modules did not work for us as it did for this user.


agentrickard’s picture

Category: bug » support
Status: Active » Postponed (maintainer needs more info)

Please file the proper version you are using. 6.x-1.0 is no longer supported.

There is not enough information here to be actionable.

wbmstrss’s picture

*fabulous module!* thanks to the developers :)

I had the same problem this week. Hopefully this will help someone (although it does seem to be an odd little bug). My Domain Configurations settings were being saved correctly for each domain and everything but the site default front page worked perfectly. However, the various sites would only ever bring up the default home page for the primary domain. It took a while to root out the issue, but I had set a custom maintenance theme on a retired site (through settings.php) and I copied that site to re-purpose for a new client. The settings.php file was brought over to the new site (along with the maintenance theme and tpl).

Commenting out $conf_array & 'maintenance_theme' => in my settings.php made everything work again. Not sure why having a maintenance theme enabled would interfere with DA dishing up the correct home pages for the different domains, but that is where I found my fix.

agentrickard’s picture

Status: Postponed (maintainer needs more info) » Closed (cannot reproduce)

Very odd.