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#1 selym

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 09:26 PM

I did a quick search for "multiple websites" but didn't find anything, so I hope someone can help.

How would I go about hosting more than one website on one instance of Uniform Server?




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#2 nojiri

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 09:38 PM

I did a quick search for "multiple websites" but didn't find anything, so I hope someone can help.

How would I go about hosting more than one website on one instance of Uniform Server?
Thanks,

Selym


Hi Selym,

You can host multiple sites on one Uniform Server by creating separate folders for each site in:

Uniserver>Udrive>www folder. For example:

Uniserver>Udrive>www>Site1
Uniserver>Udrive>www>Site2
etc.

Then, point your browser to each appropirate site to open it, such as:
http://localhost/Site1
http://localhost/Site2
etc.

Hope that helps.
Cheers! - nojiri

#3 selym

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Posted 22 March 2009 - 10:07 PM

Hi nojiri,

Thanks for the quick reply. So it's that easy, huh? And then just point the domain name to the subdirectory instead I'd imagine, huh? Cool, thanks again. I appreciate it.


Selym


Hi Selym,

You can host multiple sites on one Uniform Server by creating separate folders for each site in:

Uniserver>Udrive>www folder. For example:

Uniserver>Udrive>www>Site1
Uniserver>Udrive>www>Site2
etc.

Then, point your browser to each appropirate site to open it, such as:
http://localhost/Site1
http://localhost/Site2
etc.

Hope that helps.
Cheers! - nojiri



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Posted 23 March 2009 - 12:23 AM

Hi nojiri,

Thanks for the quick reply. So it's that easy, huh? And then just point the domain name to the subdirectory instead I'd imagine, huh? Cool, thanks again. I appreciate it.
Selym


Hi Selym,

You don't need to point your browser to any subdirectories. Once you build (or transfer) each site in its respective folder, point your browser to: http://localhost/foldername (foldername is of course whatever you name your site's folder) and it should get you to your site's front page. From there you should be able to navigate as you would a live site. You'll also need to create separate databases corresponding to each site, which you can do through phpMyAdmin in the Uniserver apanel.

Cheers! - nojiri

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 09:36 AM

I know this is a really old post but it seemed like the right place to ask. 

 

Does setting up multiple websites with this method affect the speed of the websites? Currently, it is very slow and I'm trying to figure out why. (About 12 seconds page load speed) 






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