XRouting is a simple plugin that handles requests for different contexts. It automatically switches the context based on a (sub)domain AND/OR subfolder.
It's like the Gateway plugin from the docs, except you don't have to manually edit the plugin: it takes
base_url settings you have already configured in your context and routes based on that. It caches the
base_url-to-context relation so it doesn't perform excessive database lookups.
You can also use
http_host_aliases to route multiple domains to one context.
All you need to do is to install this plugin and make sure your contexts have
site_start context settings set.
/!\ Please make sure to add your
www. if the
xrouting.include_www setting is enabled (default!)
You can set the following system settings:
xrouting.include_www- automatically include www subdomain (default: yes)
xrouting.show_no_match_error- set to true to show the error page if no matching context has been found (false will show the default context instead)
xrouting.default_context- define the default context if no matching context has been found and
xrouting.allow_debug_info- activate this setting and add
&xrouting-debug=1to your URL and you will get a handy debug output if your routing isn't working as expected
If your context routing isn't working as expected you can active the
xrouting.allow_debug_info system setting and add
&xrouting-debug=1 to your URL to get a handy debug output. If you can't find any issue in your debug output feel free to open an issue and paste your debug output into the issue.