mutisite support in joomla.
Javad Amel commented
we've done it in our company through a plug-in and an administrative component that allows super-administrator to add new sub-sites and manage their users, components, templates and modules separately. admin also is able to specify the front-end language.
however in my opinion it should be supported in joomla natively.
AHerchis WebDesign commented
Yes - please!
Stefan | dpdk commented
Making a Joomla! 1.5 site into a Multi-domain site, isn't a lot of work - for the core though - as a Minor core hack. But for all the installed extensions on the site, it's more work to make them all flexible.
So, this would probably request more effort from 3rd party developers than from the Joomla! core team to implement.
a must have to compete with drupal
Joomla dont need multisite... only need any event for do it possible with plugins.
Eric Doriean commented
Not just master slave multi site. Also good for people to submit a content piece in a down stream site and have it available in all the sites
Definetely a good idea!
Ian Shere commented
Just for ease of extension updating, this would be awesome!
To answer Trevor's comment, the client_id field is used to differentiate between front and back end.
I would really love this feature
i would share content between sites
I noticed the database "client_id" in 1.6 all over the place, but never found a documentation for this. Is this probably a preparation for multisites (or multi clients)?
Pete Jones commented
I'd vote for this if someone changed the title to multi-site. A really useful thing to have