I am writing a pretty simple CMS and have most of it complete including URLRewriting.
I want to use domain names and have them resolve to the domain for the CMS. For instance if my domain for the CMS is [url removed, login to view] and I have a client website domain([url removed, login to view]) that I wanted to host in the CMS with URL rewriting how could I setup the domain in IIS and then forward to the CMS?
I would think it would work like this:
I setup the domain in IIS but somehow when the website is called it would then direct to [url removed, login to view] and then I can handle everything from there. I just need a way to:
1. Host the domain
2. Forward the domain to the [url removed, login to view] and tell the CMS which domain it is
Ideally I would like to create the domains on the fly using ASP.NET when the user creates their account. If you come up with a nice solution I will probably setup another bid request and let you write it.
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