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    Hi all,

    I'm very new to frog having just started at a new place that uses it. We have our school website built within frog which is working fine, the problem is that the url for the homepage is http://domain/index.phtml?d=564056 which isn't really ideal for a homepage. Is it possible to setup vhosts so I can point a subdomain at that url or something similar?

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    Oli

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    Quote Originally Posted by datty View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm very new to frog having just started at a new place that uses it. We have our school website built within frog which is working fine, the problem is that the url for the homepage is http://domain/index.phtml?d=564056 which isn't really ideal for a homepage. Is it possible to setup vhosts so I can point a subdomain at that url or something similar?

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    Oli
    Do you mean somthing like this:

    If you go to this address you get the school website:

    www.sheldonschool.co.uk

    And this one you get the VLE login page:

    shelnet.sheldonschool.co.uk

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    Thanks for the reply, that's exactly what I'm after. How did you achieve that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by datty View Post
    Thanks for the reply, that's exactly what I'm after. How did you achieve that?
    That's not my school site, but I did write the code they use to do this.

    It is not supported by Frog and done through a (unsupported) PHP brick that redirects based on the domin URL you visit the frog box from.

    I have requested this to be added to the toolkit as a multiple home page and domain config option. But it didn't get very far....

    I can't post the FRG file on edugeek or I will be shot by the Frog Police.

    Send me a PM with your email.

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