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How to integrate q2a on main domain and subdomain?

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asked Feb 28, 2014 in Q2A Core by Gurjyot Singh
Is there a way to integrate q2a on main domain and subdomain...? I am planning to make a subdomain of my q2a website. If there is a way to integrate then, will there be any problem after integration of the two domains...???
If a user creates an account on any of the domain then, will that user's account be created on both...??
Please help me guys...
Q2A version: 1.6.3
commented Feb 28, 2014 by rgd
Do you really want to make a clone q2a site? It will be a good idea. I like that too. Or you can make many number of q2a sites you wish as sub domains. And you can link them to main domain. Users have to sign up each sites to ask questions as per their interest. Sorry here there is no anything about integration. I think it is impossible.
commented Mar 1, 2014 by Gurjyot Singh
But that's the fun of this. As q2a can be integrated with wordpress and some other CMS as well, then I don't think that developers of q2a would find it very difficult to integrate two q2a platforms.
commented Mar 1, 2014 by rgd
Yes, you are correct. Developers can do many things. I told that because I have never heard that someone had integrated two wordpress accounts. Same platforms with same features and what is the use of that effort.
commented Mar 1, 2014 by Gurjyot Singh
The basic use is to that if an user makes an account on one q2a domain then automatically an account can be made on other q2a domain but the actions of that users stay different on different domains. So that both the domains showing different niches can work accordingly.
commented Mar 1, 2014 by rgd
Good idea. But you should aware users of this before they sign up with their preferred q2a site. Hope you will find a solution. I will make this question my favorite to see the answer.
commented Mar 1, 2014 by Gurjyot Singh
Definitely I am also not clear about the idea, but discussion on this can make this idea much better for future.

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