Setup a Website Host¶
In OroCommerce, websites may be exposed via different domains, or reside in the sub-folders of the same domain (e.g. the two websites that target the United States and the United Kingdom may be available at the https://us-store.com and https://uk-store.com respectively, or they may be reachable via https://store.com/us and https://store.com/uk).
For the websites with dedicated domains, you may use a default OroCommerce installation, where all websites are installed into the web folder of the OroCommerce instance. However, you can move or copy the website to a sub-directory to support the websites with the shared domain (e.g. https://store.com/us and https://store.com/uk).
To prepare files for the website located in a sub-directory (e.g /uk), do the following:
Copy index.php from public directory into a new location (e.g. public/uk/) and modify it to update the relative paths (e.g. adding extra /.. prefix to the path).
should be changed to
Add WEBSITE_PATH parameter to ServerBag before $response = $kernel->handle($request); This parameter value should be the new website folder name.
… $request = Request::createFromGlobals(); $request->server->add([‘WEBSITE_PATH’ => ‘/<yoursitename>’]); $response = $kernel->handle($request); …
where <yoursitename> is uk in our example.
Now when you use the http://localhost/<yoursitename>/index_dev.php address, the asset files (styles.css, require.js, etc.) are taken from the root folder on the domain instead of the dedicated website sub-folder.