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Eventually i would like to create automatic "website" using the multi-site feature, but am having trouble figuring out which config to use in .htaccess. I currently use httpd.conf but need a more automatic way of doing this, rather than restarting the webserver for every new site.
So i tried the following lines in .htaccess...
Alias /drupal/site1 "C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache/htdocs/drupal"
but to no avail. What am i doing wrong? Those line works in httpd.conf
Also, in order to have automatic website, I intend to create a module, (i have to anyway), that will find out if there is a registration in process and then automatically create a website for them such that their url will be www.examdple.com/(member name).
Once i find out the correct codes to use in .htaccess, I plan on appending the correct codes to the .htaccess every time a new member register. But I have a feeling that this may not be the most efficent way to do.
Is there a better way to do this, perhap have only a few line of codes in .htaccess that works for all sites using the multi-site feature?
Please keep in mind, this is only for .htaccess file (not httpd.conf file).