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  1. Hello, I am using Antti Peisa's Multisite module. For those people who are not familiar with it. Here is the link: http://modules.processwire.com/modules/multisite/. It works like this: It gets the current URL that visits the page via $config->httpHost and then redirects to a page who has the same name (e.g. get it via: $pages->get('/www.multi-site.com/')). The problem: $config->httpHost is locally something like "multi-site.local" and the redirection does not work because the ".com" url is hardcoded as page name. So I thought: Why not solve this problem by replacing the value of $config->httpHost in a module via: $this->wire->config->httpHost = str_replace('.local', '.com', wire('config')->httpHost); Is this a good way of doing this? And if yes: How can I say that my module loads first in the booting process? Are there any dangers with this approach? If so: any better ideas? I am not a great programmer Thank you!
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