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10 hours ago, jose said:

After I install blesta I renamed  it to clientarea

inside I don't see admin or client folder, and both admin and client uses /clientarea folder.

 

how can I change the url to mydomain.com/admin and mydomain.com/client

 

thanks.

 

 

You can change the path to the admin and client areas by changing their routes in a config file. See https://docs.blesta.com/display/user/Configuration+Files#ConfigurationFiles-routes.php for an example for these. If you change the admin route, you will need to clear your navigation cache which can be done by resaving your staff group (Settings > System > Staff > Staff Groups: Edit & Resave)

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Thanks,

 

 

Doing what you telling just changes the name of    domain.com/clientarea/admin{abc|newname|etc}

                                                                                     domain.com/clientarea/admin/client{abc|newname|etc}

I need the admin and clients to be in the root like blesta.com is doing it.

https://account.blesta.com/admin/login/

https://account.blesta.com/client/login/
 

any ideas.


 

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19 hours ago, jose said:

Thanks,

 

 

Doing what you telling just changes the name of    domain.com/clientarea/admin{abc|newname|etc}

                                                                                     domain.com/clientarea/admin/client{abc|newname|etc}

I need the admin and clients to be in the root like blesta.com is doing it.

https://account.blesta.com/admin/login/

https://account.blesta.com/client/login/
 

any ideas.


 

If you installed Blesta in a subdirectory called "clientarea" then this is why. You would need to install Blesta in the document root. If you have a website, then you should use a subdomain.

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