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Handling domains

When making use of the Language Service, a proper handling of domains becomes more important. Every domain which should be handled by TYPO3 CMS should be caught by exactly one domain record within the whole site.

Creating domain records works as follows:

Create a new record

Switch to List module (1) and select the supposed root page of your domain (2). Press the "Create new record" (3) button at the top and choose "Domain" (4). The domain record itself consists of two important fields:

Create a new Domain record

Of course the most important one is the domain itself (5). Please enter the domain name only (no 'http' or slashes) – including the subdomain if any (e.g. 'www.example.org').

If you want a specific language to be loaded when the domain is called, please select an "Allocated language" (6).

Don't forget to save and repeat those steps with all domains you want to handle via TYPO3 CMS.

Note: RealUrl has got some issues when alternative ports are used. If you're using non-standard ports (unlike '80', '8080' or '443') you have to create two records – one containing the port inside the domain name (e.g. 'www.example.org:8888') and one not. Some further informations about this issue can be found in chapter Known Problems.