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8 months 3 weeks ago #46817 by Emiliano Bertoli
Hi guys,
in a Jomres multi-property scenario,
Is there a way to assign a specific domains to each Property page ? (Like it would be a one page site)
(I mean www.multi-property.com/jomres/property > www.myownproperty.com NOT www.myownproperty.com > www.multi-property.com/jomres/property )

Do you have any trick about ?
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8 months 3 weeks ago #46822 by Vince Wooll
In theory it would be doable, but it's not something that Jomres would manage in and of itself, I think.

Jomres just follows the site's domain, so if you had a Joomla plugin that could read the router code then redirect you to "fawlty-towers.domain.com' instead of www.domain.com/fawlty-towers then I would imagine it would work.

The actual creation of the relevant sub-domains ( i.e. the "fawlty-towers" part ), I'm not sure how that would be done.

When it's all said and done, however, this thread moz.com/community/q/the-great-subdomain-...t-is-the-best-answer suggests that there's really no value to creating sub domains ( albeit fake ones ) for individual properties, they'll rank better as being part of your main site. Given that you're only the second person to ask about this over the years that I recall, it seems to me that you'd be wasting your time doing it.

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8 months 3 weeks ago #46827 by Emiliano Bertoli
Hi Vince,
thanks for reply and for the link (too useful). Just to be clear:
1 - I never spoke about sub-domains, I mean domains. Customers want a single page site domain.
2 - "it seems to me that you'd be wasting your time doing it" = For me joomla is work, so, I have customers that pay and should pay me for services. When they ask me a service that they would be willing to pay, I simply investigate on it...
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8 months 3 weeks ago #46828 by Vince Wooll
1. Ok, let's turn this around. What, exactly, are you hoping to achieve by doing this? What's the purpose, the goal?

2. I can't argue with that :D

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8 months 3 weeks ago #46832 by Emiliano Bertoli
1 - the goal would be to sell a "Pro" package to my customers with "customerdomain.com" domain + "This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." email included, where the customerdomain.com should be the Jomres property page, like a one page site...
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8 months 3 weeks ago #46834 by Vince Wooll
Go on then, there's nothing stopping you from setting up individual sites with Jomres.

If, however you want one Jomres installation where each property has it's unique domain within that site, that'd be much harder. I wouldn't even know where to start.

Anybody else got any ideas about how it could be achieved?

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8 months 3 weeks ago #46835 by Rodrigo Rocco
I guess I'd start by creating a xref table with domain <--> pid and creating the backend interface of it.

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