xenForo's in other directories in the same domain with 1 licence

rafass

Well-known member
Oki. it's reasonable.
Sorry, I misunderstood this part in the area of frequently asked questions:
Can multiple domains or subdomains be used with a single license?
Yes, as long as the domains or subdomains all resolve to the same installation, all of the content is available at every domain or subdomain, and there is no attempt to make them appear as separate installations.
Thanks for your quick reply! @Jeremy (y)
 

Jeremy

Well-known member
You are able to install separate languages to your forum so it can be viewed (- content) in different languages.
 

rafass

Well-known member
You are able to install separate languages to your forum so it can be viewed (- content) in different languages.
I see, Thanks.
So, according with this:
However, you may create a single additional test installation for testing purposes only. Any test installation of this kind must be password protected, and access to it must be limited to you and your website staff.
It's ok if I have: http://my-domain.com/tests
How can I protect it with password and made that limitations? (I'll use it only for tests)
 

Robust

Well-known member
You are able to install separate languages to your forum so it can be viewed (- content) in different languages.
If he means the same forum but /english for English and /french for French that's fine right? Might need some custom development but that'd just be some kind of language setting route.
 

Jeremy

Well-known member
Yes, if those are custom developed routes to set languages, it should be fine. It may be extremely difficult to prefix all routes with the language so that you can have it /french/forums/1/, etc.
 

Andrej

Well-known member
Uhm, just wondering, but can't we just put the test board inactive from the Admin CP? Besides administrators can access inactive installation anyway.
https://xenforo.com/license-agreement/
You may create a single additional test installation for the purpose of testing the Software. Any test installation of this kind must be password protected, and access to it must be limited to You and Your website staff.
It is still web-accessible when you put the board as inactive.
 

Jeremy

Well-known member
Uhm, just wondering, but can't we just put the test board inactive from the Admin CP? Besides administrators can access inactive installation anyway.
This is not enough to satisfy the requirements set forth by the license agreement.
 

Tracy Perry

Well-known member
Yeah well, I do notice that. I was just simply wondering because if the intention is to prevent license holder from using it as live installation, then putting it inactive should have been enough. No need to mark those parts with big font size really, it's like you're throwing the agreement on my face, lol.
No, it's to emphasize the portion that you had questions about. WHY they specify that was a decision they made - but they DID decide that putting it in an inactive state was not enough. By purchasing a license you agree to it.
 

Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
The license agreement specifically states that it should be password protected.
 
Do you mean it needs a password that is not the same as the admin password which (I presume) protects a closed forum?
Yes, you would basically be protecting the whole forum by putting a password on the directory it's in. That way, only the person with the password could see any parts of the test forum.
 
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