Glad to hear that it's working great. Unfortunately, there is currently no way to have different e-mail texts according to the relevant URL. This is one inconvenient of this set up.
A good workaround is having a main URL that is as "neutral" as possible, and the same goes for the messages.
In our roadmap, we'd also like to change this behaviour in the future to solve this inconvenience. It will not be immediate, though (other priorities are more urgent) unless a customer is willing to sponsor the feature.
I am trying to setup multi URL as well but i seem to be making a mistake somewhere as i cannot for the life of me get it to function
I have the following setup all on the same server (Arvixe shared server hosting):
My Main Domain: http://www.medixcentre.net
Templates in "Templates" folder
standard (also site default)
multi URL settings in Forma
I have edited each template to have different login jpg and company logo png.
Im having trouble with the redirection part:
simple redirect in cPanel doesnt work as expected and no amount of fiddling with advanced DNS zone setting seems to function?
Could someone with experience in the server side redirection please help explain what i should be doing?
Does being on a shared server limit my ability to set this up?
In advanced DNS setting all my subdomains have the same IP record?
forma.medixcentre.net 14400 IN A 143.xx.xxx.223
www.forma.medixcentre.net 14400 IN A 143.xx.xxx.223
Army.medixcentre.net 14400 IN A 143.xx.xxx.223
www.Army.medixcentre.net 14400 IN A 143.xx.xxx.223
i have tried removing the A record for a CNAME
swapping the IP for www.forma.medixcentre.net
But nothing seems to work and even the IT support guy here at the office couldnt figure it out
a couple of suggestions:
- in the multitemplate settings in Forma, get rid of everything except the domain, as in:
- also, no space after the comma
It might be that all your subdomains have the same IP, that shouldn't be an issue.
You should set a CNAME for your alternative domains and point it to the IP of the "default" forma installation.
It's all I have right now, let's see if some colleague can offer more detailed advice.
Could you please explain the how the code works for detecting which template should be presented?
no, of course you don't need to install a new forma for each domain. There would be no point in having this feature. Subdomains are just that, subdomains.
Sorry, I am not able to explain how the code works: I only know how to configure it in the UI.
all your subdomaiins must share the same public folder of the base forms.lms installation . So one installation of forma.lms serves many subdomains / urls eg.
this is a setup you must made on DNS (all subdomain share the same IP) and on server (apache configuration) changing directly the apache conf files of througth CPANEL administration of subdoamins
After you can see the same forma installation and login from all your domain or subdomains pointing the same server / folder you can configure the multidomain - multitemplate part of forma.lms and link a subdoamin with a template (as you already made)
After setup, made a logout , close the browser and then returngin to forma.lms with one of the url you will see the specific template
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