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Alfresco 3 Web Content Management by Vinita Choudhary, Pallika Majmudar, Amita Bhandari, Munwar Shariff

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Managing multiple websites using a single web project

You can also use a single web project to have multiple websites. You can group all of the assets related to a website into a folder in a web project. Hence, a web project could have many such folders and each one could be interpreted and managed as a website.

This approach is better when compared to having a separate web project for each website if you have the following requirements:

  • All of the content in these websites have similar workflow approval processes
  • The content is managed by the same set of people
  • All of the websites have a similar look and feel
  • The deployment (going live) to the product server or servers for all of these websites happens at the same time

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