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Actually i want to open multilingual phpfox website. Because for SEO it is best solution.

https://it.letspal.com (Italian)
https://tr.letspal.com (Turkish)

or

https://letspal.com/it
https://letspal.com/tr

is it possible with 1 setup ?

JohnJr
#1

No, you are allowed one live site whether it is a main domain, or a subdomain or a file folder location in a domain.  But you are allowed only one live site.  You are also allowed one development site and that needs to be either development.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.com/development. This is how it has been since I started using this many many years ago.

YouNetCo
#2

Actually i want to open multilingual phpfox website. Because for SEO it is best solution.

https://it.letspal.com (Italian)
https://tr.letspal.com (Turkish)

or

https://letspal.com/it
https://letspal.com/tr

is it possible with 1 setup ?

Dear Mustang,

Your idea is great; you can make that with just one phpFox set-up to have consistency, on phpFox site, you can create two additional languages such as IT and TR

Create two subdomains and map them with your phpFox site through IP (check with your domain provider)

On the phpFox source, you can make a small custom work to check. For instance, if it's IT subdomain, it will read IT language, you also need to hide for "switch languages" option.

Please ask your developer for this direction, or if you need us to support with customization service, you can contact us here https://phpfox.younetco.com/contact-us

Kind Regards,

YouNetCo

#3

Thank you for your reply, i will try it

JohnJr
#4

Awesome!

Mohammed Alex
#5

So, we need only one license as long as it is in one domain right, without limitations of subdomains...just to clarify as i read in the license agreement no such thing..

 

Dear Mustang,

Your idea is great; you can make that with just one phpFox set-up to have consistency, on phpFox site, you can create two additional languages such as IT and TR

Create two subdomains and map them with your phpFox site through IP (check with your domain provider)

On the phpFox source, you can make a small custom work to check. For instance, if it's IT subdomain, it will read IT language, you also need to hide for "switch languages" option.

Please ask your developer for this direction, or if you need us to support with customization service, you can contact us here https://phpfox.younetco.com/contact-us

Kind Regards,

YouNetCo

Mohammed Alex
#6

Awesome!

 

awesome what, reply is opposed to yours  and you find it awesome ??

JohnJr
#7

Because it looks like there is a way to have multiple languages with one domain because you would use the same database and data. Having a piece of code to look at where the IP is coming from and then change the variable on what language to use is pretty smart idea and sounds logically possible.  Someone should make an app for that.

Last update on March 26, 6:48 pm by JohnJr.
Mohammed Alex
#8

Same website and domain, multiple sub domains DOES not require several licenses...it all makes sense. 

Last update on March 26, 5:50 pm by Mohammed Alex.