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Using subdomains with Power CMS

Thread began 1/26/2011 11:47 am by illbe322016 | Last modified 1/27/2011 4:58 pm by illbe322016 | 1236 views | 5 replies |

illbe322016

Using subdomains with Power CMS

Can Power CMS2 be used for managing subdomains?

Thanks

T

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illbe322016

Subdomain question

For example if I have a site called mysite.com and have Power CMS 2 Installed at the root can I manage mysub.mysite.com as well? Any help would be appreciated.

Tom

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

As long as they access the same database you can control multiple sites with a single powercms back end.

The license is for installation of the admin, so it can run any number of sub domains as long ast they all access the same content database.

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illbe322016

Re: Subdomain question

Thank you Ray, that helps a lot.

Can I move the CMS from one domain (the testing server) to another domain (the actual host) if I remove the previous database and files from the testing server or will I have to purchase another license?

Thanks again

Tom

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You only need to purchase an extra license if you plan on continuing to run the solution on more than one domain. Tranferring should not be a problem.

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illbe322016

Re: Switching Domains

Thank you so much, your customer service in this forum is the best!

Tom

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