pre-sales question

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I have a dedicated web server with plesk installed.
I developed a web site with concrete5 5.7.3 for a hotels group so each hotel is in a sub page (please see the attached file).
Now we would set the url for each hotel as subdomain i.e. or as main domain i.e.
Is it possible to use this addon for this scope? and if yes, which is the best solution (main domanin o subdomain)?
thank you.

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Mainio replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello Diego!

Thank you for your question!

Yes, I think Multiple Domains would fit your use case quite well. However, please be aware that with the language versions, you might have problems if you have these same hotel sites under other langauges as well. For the additional languages, you will need a separate domain, so for example you could have and (or something like that).

For the question about main domain and subdomain otherwise, I think it's more of a preference choise. In my opinion, the subdomains are easier to manage over time but I think it mostly depends on you and your client.

Hopefully this answers your question!

Let me know if any additional questions arise!

Best regards,
Antti Hukkanen
Mainio Tech Ltd.
adwlabs replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you for you reply.
If I'm in right, with this addon, I have to set 1 domain/subdomain for each language. Is it correct?
Mainio replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes, you are correct.

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