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Sub Domains and absolute urls for images

Thread began 4/30/2014 12:50 pm by m79618373377 | Last modified 4/30/2014 2:18 pm by m79618373377 | 331 views | 5 replies


Sub Domains and absolute urls for images

I have a primary domain and sub domain. I have setup the sub domain in Parallels as for example as this will be the mobile version of the same website.

I want to use the same database and CMS for both with the admin being on the Primary domain. Although this works fine, the problem I have is any pictures uploaded to the primary domain within Admin use a relative URL. This equates to the sub domain having a broken link where any picture should be.

Is there anyway that Power CMS can display absolute URLs or alternatively code I could put on the sub domain webpage that displays the CMS copy which takes any relative URL and converts this into an absolute URL?

Any help appreciated.

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