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re-reading the multi-sites posts again - i've gotten myself into a brain muddle. It alos seems the more times i read multi sites the more confused I become - so i need to keep my quetions very simple, becuaw the different options leave me baffled.
I'm thinking this, in theory, should be very do able.
site one - mobile.example.com
site two - www.example.com or example.com
share the same mysql database and tables for both (and users)
but in order to have different themes (I saw a post that there is a mobile theme)
I have to load ? two copies of drupal?
or can i get away with just using one set of modules and have two different themes? this is where I get a bit muddled and is
also if someone has done a mobile, I'm thinking there are going to be some twists and challanges from the basic nature of the differences between the two different display medias. does anyone have any lessons they have learned from such a project?
I'm thinking for basics the mobile site would probably be a single column site, where as, the regualr site could be a three column site ?? but could this be possible if using the same modules at boht sites?