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Hi, 

I'm having some issues with the subdomain, the homepage of the subdomain is working but the sub pages are throwing a 404 page. I've made sure to point the domains at the same file area. I've included my config code and a screenshot of the file tree.

$config->MultisiteDomains = array(
    "codeweavers.io" => array( // domain name is used to map to root page
            "root" => "cw-home", // page name for the root page
            "http404" => 27
    ),
    "blog.codeweavers.io" => array(
            "root" => "blog",
            "http404" => 27
    )
);

I don't know if I've set something up wrong or have missed a step, but any help would be appreciated. 

Lucy

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$config->httpHosts = array('codeweavers.io', 'blog.codeweavers.io');

Have you set this?

And one other thing that might be a good idea to make it more bulletproof.

Change the root names from cw-home and blog to something like lkajsd and oiquwe to avoid any future conflicts with page names. I learned this lesson some time ago.

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Hi guys,

I'm involved in a project with two main domains, each split into subdirectories representing countries. And finally there will be also a multi-langual function.
So this is the structure:

mydomain_first.global (in english, for neutral visitors)
mydomain_first.global/at/
mydomain_first.global/bg/
mydomain_first.global/ch-de/
mydomain_first.global/ch-fr/
mydomain_first.global/ch-it/
mydomain_first.global/de/

mydomain_second.global (in english, for neutral visitors)
mydomain_second.global/at/
mydomain_second.global/bg/
mydomain_second.global/ch-de/
mydomain_second.global/ch-fr/
mydomain_second.global/ch-it/
mydomain_second.global/de/

Every visitor will be redirected by geolocation to the country of interest.

The goal is, to manage all these domains in one PW installation. For now there is a PW installation with the multisite module (https://github.com/somatonic/Multisite/). 

Аll discussion here are about other domains and subdomains. In our case, we're dealing with subdirectories (a good explanation can be found here: https://neilpatel.com/blog/international-seo/). Sub-directory is a combination of ISO 2-digit country plus 2-digits language codes.

The main reason for managing all this in one PW installation is to keep the later support on a low level. 
Is PW capable to manage this structure?

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On 10/11/2020 at 10:03 PM, neophron said:

So this is the structure:

mydomain_first.global (in english, for neutral visitors)
mydomain_first.global/at/
mydomain_first.global/bg/
mydomain_first.global/ch-de/
mydomain_first.global/ch-fr/
mydomain_first.global/ch-it/
mydomain_first.global/de/

mydomain_second.global (in english, for neutral visitors)
mydomain_second.global/at/
mydomain_second.global/bg/
mydomain_second.global/ch-de/
mydomain_second.global/ch-fr/
mydomain_second.global/ch-it/
mydomain_second.global/de/

Every visitor will be redirected by geolocation to the country of interest.

Hi neophron,

sorry for the year-late answer. I think the first part of your structure, up to the "... will be redirected" (more on that in a bit), is managable in ProcessWire. I have a(n old) MultiSite setup that basically is the same. I have not bothered about the language at all in the $config->MultiSite, and have the what you call subdirectories, managed with the MultiLanguage set up, where I can define the "slots" for the language on the root (pid=1) page. this results in

mydomain.global/  => / is the "name/slot" of the default language (en)
mydomain.global/de/ => /de/ s the "name/slot" of the first language (de)
mydomain.global/it/ => /it/  the "name/slot" of the 2nd language (it)

and so on.

In the $config->MultiSite:

$config->MultisiteDomains = array(
    "mydomain.global" => array( // domain name is used to map to root page
      "root" => "mydomain.global", // page name for the root page
      "http404" => 27
    ),
   "mydomain_second.global" => array( // domain name is used to map to root page
      "root" => "mydomain_second.global", // page name for the root page
      "http404" => 27
    ),

This works fine. What I haven't tried yet, is to redirect in one of those domains directly to a translation. I could do this with a .htaccess rewrite or maybe with a session->redirect() in ProcessWire, but with the inherited set up that "/" is the default language, AND a redirect from "/" -> "/de/" for example, it is difficult to switch back to the default language on that site.

I wonder if

"mydomain.global" => array(
      "root" => "mydomain.global/de/",
      "http404" => 27
    ),

would work, though.
EDIT:
nope. this does not work, I just tested it

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18 hours ago, Webrocker said:

Hi neophron,

sorry for the year-late answer. I think the first part of your structure, up to the "... will be redirected" (more on that in a bit), is managable in ProcessWire. I have a(n old) MultiSite setup that basically is the same. I have not bothered about the language at all in the $config->MultiSite, and have the what you call subdirectories, managed with the MultiLanguage set up, where I can define the "slots" for the language on the root (pid=1) page. this results in

mydomain.global/  => / is the "name/slot" of the default language (en)
mydomain.global/de/ => /de/ s the "name/slot" of the first language (de)
mydomain.global/it/ => /it/  the "name/slot" of the 2nd language (it)

and so on.

In the $config->MultiSite:

$config->MultisiteDomains = array(
    "mydomain.global" => array( // domain name is used to map to root page
      "root" => "mydomain.global", // page name for the root page
      "http404" => 27
    ),
   "mydomain_second.global" => array( // domain name is used to map to root page
      "root" => "mydomain_second.global", // page name for the root page
      "http404" => 27
    ),

This works fine. What I haven't tried yet, is to redirect in one of those domains directly to a translation. I could do this with a .htaccess rewrite or maybe with a session->redirect() in ProcessWire, but with the inherited set up that "/" is the default language, AND a redirect from "/" -> "/de/" for example, it is difficult to switch back to the default language on that site.

I wonder if

"mydomain.global" => array(
      "root" => "mydomain.global/de/",
      "http404" => 27
    ),

would work, though.
EDIT:
nope. this does not work, I just tested it

Thanks for this solution. 

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