An extension for Radiant CMS that lets you serve multiple sites (domains) from a single instance.
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= Multi Site Created by Sean Cribbs, November 2007. Inspired by the original virtual_domain behavior. Extended by Nick Plante, March 2008. NOTE: This fork of multi-site is (badly) outdated. I'd suggest you look at http://github.com/spanner/radiant-multi-site-extension and http://github.com/spanner/radiant-scoped-admin-extension instead Multi Site allows you to host multiple websites on a single Radiant installation. It also allows you to assign users to specific sites, scoping all their administrative activity to that one domain. Each site has its own independent sitemap/page-tree and these attributes: name: Whatever you want to call the site domain: A Ruby regular expression (without the //) to match the request against base_domain: A canonical domain name for doing quicker matches and for generating absolute URLs against homepage_id: The numerical database ID of the root page (usually you can just leave this alone). Any existing pages that you have will be scoped to the 'Default' site, which is the site that will be seen for requests that don't match a particular base_domain. In addition to scoping users to sites, layouts can also be scoped to a particular site. Use the selection box on the edit layout page to assign a layout to a site. If no site is chosen, the layout will be available for selection from any site. Note that snippets are not limited in this way, but that access to snippets has been DISABLED for "regular" users (those users who are not developers or admins). If you don't like it, feel free to make suggestions or change it :). Included images are slightly modified from FamFamFam Silk Icons by Mark James: http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/ *** THIS EXTENSION REQUIRES RADIANT 0.6.7 OR LATER *** == Installation 1) Unpack/checkout/export the extension into vendor/extensions of your project. 2) Run the extension migrations. $ rake production db:migrate:extensions 3) Run the extension update task. $ rake production radiant:extensions:multi_site:update 4) Restart your server == Acknowledgments Thanks to Digital Pulp, Inc. for funding the initial development of this extension as part of the Redken.com project.