Multisite

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Hi there,

I'm interested to see if Concrete5 can be used to manage multiple websites from a single installation?

To give you a better idea of what Multisite is and why you might use it, here's a brief overview, based on Multisite in Wordpress:

Multisite is a great option for freelancers, businesses and organizations that manage multiple websites. Whether you’re a freelancer who wants to provide hosting and maintenance to clients, a college organization looking to centralize the management of your websites, or a large news publisher trying to isolate silos for different departments, Multisite is the answer.

Managing multiple websites with a single installation enables you to easily upgrade the core, plugins and themes for every website in a network. You can share functionality across multiple websites with network plugins, as well as standardize design elements across multiple websites using a parent theme.

OVERVIEW OF BENEFITS
* Users are able to easily access and manage multiple websites with a single user account and profile.
* Users can access a particular website or every website using the same account.
* Information from one website can be completely isolated from others.
* Information from one website can be easily shared with others.
* Theme functionality can be shared across multiple websites using a parent-child theme relationship or a functionality plugin.
* Updates and upgrades can be rolled out across multiple websites in less time, reducing overhead and maintenance costs.
* Customizations can be efficiently distributed in a centralized, cascading method using network-wide plugins.

Is this something Concrete5 could do?

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xaritas replied on at Permalink Reply
adamjohnson replied on at Permalink Reply
adamjohnson
Some methodology about multisite from Franz:

http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/editors/running-many...
concreterior replied on at Permalink Reply
concreterior
I have the same idea as what @jpswade were asking. But sadly the links that were given by @xaritas and @adamjohnson doesn't seem to exist anymore.

Is there someone who can give us answer for this question?
ramonleenders replied on at Permalink Reply
ramonleenders
This is going to be in the enterprise version, from what I've read somewhere. It's been discussed lately, not sure where anymore though. Perhaps Franz can explain one more time haha.