Feature: #85719 - Allow sites without scheme or domain¶
See Issue #85719
Since the inception of site handling, the definition of a site base - the URL prefix - was limited to only allow a full URI with scheme (HTTP/HTTPS) and domain. This didn’t allow to run TYPO3 on multiple domains, basically limiting the URL-resolving (“Site Routing”) compared to previous URL handling solutions in the past.
A new site routing based on symfony/routing component allows to have a flexible routing based on specific schemes.
It is now possible to set a site base prefix to just “/site1” and “/site2” or “www.mydomain.com” instead of entering a full URI.
This allows to have a Site base e.g.
www.mydomain.com to be detected with http and https protocols,
although it is recommended to do a HTTP to HTTPS redirect either on the webserver level, via a
.htaccess rewrite rule, or by adding a redirect in TYPO3.
Please also note that this improved flexibility will introduce side-effects when having multiple sites with mixed configuration settings as Site base:
- Site 1:
- Site 2:
will be unspecific when detecting a URL like
www.mydomain/mysite/ and can lead to side-effects.
In this case, it is necessary by the Site Administrator to define unique Site base prefixes.