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Multiple sites using same data

Thread began 7/26/2014 7:57 am by mel321998 | Last modified 7/28/2014 2:36 pm by mel321998 | 845 views | 3 replies


Hello Jason,

What I meant about not using CMS was if I have a site already designed perhaps I would be better off just using DataAssist to build Insert, Update, Delete records rather than using CMS

Your suggestion about using the full url for the images, is something I wanted to avoid from a Google/SEO perspective, which is why I was looking for a way to replicate the master database (which can be done without problem using navicat) and updating the slave databases but my problem is how to get the images over to each of the sites automatically?

I am assuming if all the databases are set with the same table names and the image upload file is called the same then all sites should function independently or is my thinking of course a bit here

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