Hi Marc,

The multi_site extension has those limitations you mention. I especially think #2 is a show stopper in many cases - all users sees all sites. It would take some work to tie logins to a specific site, but it would greatly enhance the value of the extension.


Cheers,
Casper


On 04/08/2008, at 23:56, Marc Abouchacra wrote:

Hello everybody!

I've recently discover the multi_site extension which appears to be
really interesting.
But there is some things that I still don't know if it is possible and
how to do them.

1-Imagine I have a radiant site called marc.com. I install the
multi-site and then I create site1.marc.com and site2.marc.com. Now I
can manage the pages for the two "child" site1 and site2, but I can't
manage anymore the page from marc.com.

2-Is it possible to create administrator for each site? For example if I
log in to radiant as an admin, I'll see all my site. However I want to
create site-administrator for each site so that they can log in to
radiant and manage the pages of their own site without seeing all the
other site.

Cheers
Marc.
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