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Old 01-31-2008, 10:19 AM   #5
Clayton
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I use WordPress for my stuff and it requires a dedication installation for each website or blog. Makes it tough when application updates come around though. Anyway, I have WordPress installed in:

/public_html/site1
/public_html/site2
etc.

Thankfully you don't need a separate database for each site!

I believe the same holds true for Joomla - a separate install for each site folder under public_html (or whatever your public root is called. (Hmmm, that doesn't sound too good, does it...)
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