Solodev is a multi-site platform. You can run as many websites and apps in one place with a single login and switch between websites easily. Each website is self-contained meaning they have separate sources such as files and folders. When adding websites, each website will be installed from scratch with their own theme resources but they can share resources . There is also no FTP, hidden files, or need to log into the server.
In order to switch between different websites, simply click on "Websites" on the Tree and click on the website you'd like to customize.
Prior to moving forward in Solodev, you must first buy a domain which you will eventually point to your Solodev deployment. Notable domain providers include GoDaddy.com, NameCheap.com, NetworkSolutions.com, or BlueHost.com.
Once you have your domain name, connect your domain to Solodev by following the instructions below:
Step 1 - Add your Domain to Solodev
The first thing you will need to do, is to log into Solodev CMS. Enter your username and password and click Log In.
On the left side, click on Websites then click on Add Website button.
Step 2 - Fill out the Fields
In Your Website Address section, type in your URL, the domain name of your newly added website. Then select your timezone. Once you're done, click Next.
Step 3 - Choose Your Theme
You can choose the LunarXP Theme or under Custom Theme, you can choose to have a Blank Website or import your own theme from the dropdown menu. You can choose different themes for each different website you have. Once the installation is complete, each website will have their own different files and folders. Once you choose your theme, click Next.
Step 4 - Specify Additional Domain Details
This step is for customizing your website's color scheme and logo. There are also advanced settings below. Don't worry if you don't have your design and branding ready. You can always customize your site's branding later by going to settings.
Step 5 - Finish
Click Next and your website will be added:
After that, log into your account and you'll see that the website is added to your websites folder: