I was wondering if it was possible in some way to host multiple sites in one database.
My reason is that if I'm buying databases from my host I'd like to minimise my costs and the sites I have planned will never use much space.
I have a fairly basic question about the options for hosting.
Can I have one or more subdomains hosted rather than the primary domain?
Let's say I have www.seantest.com, can I keep seantest.com at my current host, but point business.seantest.…
I'm hoping to use Concrete 5 for a couple of sites I'm planning to build but have hit a snag.
The host I'm looking to use is large hosting service called Fasthosts in the UK, but it looks like their unix servers may not be built consistantly and …
I have used Concrete for a while and upgraded when announced to 5.2 then later to 5.2.1 and now 5.3.
All was fine until this last upgrade. My site is dual language (Ukrainian and English) The upgrade went through smoothly (I only copied over the Concrete…
upgrade seemed ok, but now the file manager does not show any files that were loaded before the upgrade. but they do show up on the site content?, If i add new files they show, is there a way to scan and add them back or do i just have to reupload them?
Concrete cannot parse the PATH_INFO or ORIG_PATH_INFO information provided by your server.
Image Manipulation Available
Concrete requires GD library 2.0.1 or greater.
Is these because i can't get mysql installed?
I'm getting the following error after upgrade:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 128001 bytes) in /home/XXX/public_html/beta/concrete/libraries/3rdparty/adodb/adodb-csvlib.inc.php on line 193
do you have any idea why I can't see the actual images in File Manager and on the site in Concrete 5.3?
what am I doing wrong?
I tried rescan, clear cache and have no idea what to do next. Please help
I need to install concrete5 on a host that provides me with only one database (where I already have some tables).
Since the tables of the already existing database do not conflict with concrete5 there should be no problem; but isn't there a way to sp…
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