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[joomla] Joomla questions

Mitch Pirtle mitch.pirtle at gmail.com
Mon Apr 21 14:57:05 EDT 2008


Good grief, what a silly question.

*spacemonkey ducks under desk as the entire list throws tomatoes at him

Ok, seriously now. Here's a good place to start looking:

    http://extensions.joomla.org/component/option,com_mtree/task,listcats/cat_id,1790/Itemid,35/

Ultimately you need to decide if you're going with Joomla 1.0 or 1.5,
as your options are different depending on that decision. There are
many folks on this list that probably have more experience than I
using one or more of these extensions, as I tend to spend most of my
time (if not all) under the hood at the framework level.

Anyone else out there with experience doing this?

-- Mitch

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 2:14 PM, Andrew Markushin <scullion at web.de> wrote:
>
>  Thanks for the warm welcome, guys! :-)
>
>  Uh, where to start... :-) Okay, I have to build this website, which
> consists of three sub-sites that look pretty similar (same design, same
> topic, similar content) but are accessed via different URLs. The simplified
> structure looks like this:
>
>  site 1 <-- accessed via www.site1.abc
>     home
>     events
>     contact
>  site 2 <-- accessed via www.site2.abc
>     home
>     about
>     contact
>  site 3 <-- accessed via www.site3.abc
>     main
>     about
>     events
>     archive
>
>  The sites are not linked to each other; "site N"'s are not visible in
> menus; the sites look completely independent. They are hosted on the same
> server which allows domain mapping, i.e. I can redirect all requests to a
> single Joomla installation.
>
>  Now the question is: how do I set three default pages, so that Joomla can
> select the correct one depending on the requested URL? Is this possible at
> all? Any workarounds?
>
>  Thanks in advance!
>
>  --
>
>
>  Andrew
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