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I have 3 domains and the pages that i want to build are small, so i think that i could use the same project to store it, all 3 apps.

Is there any way that i can do this?

Because 2 of the domains are just a one page site. So i don't wanna make 3 django instances with such small sites.

I found this by searching on google: http://www.fir3net.com/Django/how-to-serve-multiple-domains-from-within-a-single-django-project.html

Thanks.

asked 30 Jul '13, 22:08

reston
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edited 30 Jul '13, 22:09


This is possible on our setup. The main difference is that the Apache settings will take place in your application's httpd.conf file, which can be found in /home/username/webapps/appname/apache2/conf/

You can also find more information about it on this community post.

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answered 31 Jul '13, 03:24

waynek
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