Automatically creates subdomains and places content on them. There are 4 modes:
User: e.g. "Mary" and content at http://mary.example.com
Taxonomy: e.g. "Seattle" and content at http://seattle.example.com
Organic Group: e.g. "MyGroup" and content at http://mygroup.example.com
Content type subdomains: e.g. "News" content at http://news.example.com
If you're installing for the 1st time, use the 6.x-2.0 release. It's alpha but stable and more robust than the 1.x release.
If you're currently using the 6.x-1.7 release and are willing to help test the 2.0 release, I would appreciate some feedback on the upgrade process. *BACKUP* your database before upgrading.
6.x-1.x release: Pathauto
6.x-2.x release: none
7.x-2.x release: none
Please see the included README.TXT file for instructions.
NOTE: Installation requires changes to your DNS server, web server, and settings.php file.
Domain Access: If you wish to share content across multiple domains, you might want to try the Domain Access module. Domain Access provides advanced tools for running a group of affiliated sites from one Drupal installation and a single shared database.
- Incompatible with Global Redirect: