You could instead use an extension like Virtual Domains, which allows you to associate different domains with different default menu items. Then, you could use standard Joomla templates and assign them on a menu basis.
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Yes, I do realize that this is not the answer you were looking for, but implementing a multi-domain type solution within a template is not optimal. Ideally, you would do this after the request is received, but before it is routed. You are attempting to do this much later in the execution cycle, during the rendering process. A solution like the one I suggested will do this in a more appropriate point in the execution cycle, and prevent you from having to reinvent the wheel. You could use template styles to implement varied looks of the template per each domain’s default menu item. – betweenbrain Jun 24 ’13 at 1:28.
Microsites have to be created using a web application template, which contains functionalities specific to personalized URLs. You can duplicate or use the out-of-the-box template provided by Adobe Campaign, or use a previously created template.
You can choose to create a template which already contains pages, a pre-loading, access control or rendering box. This will make it easier to create ready-to-use microsites which you can alter as needed.
Access control via a list only lets recipients contained in a list log on to the microsite, using the pURL included in the delivery and after identification. To restrict site access to specific people, select the list of recipients in the drop-down list, then click the Only authorize contacts from this list option.
You can also define a list of guests to exclude. For instance, if you alter the content of a microsite, you could exclude a list of guests which had access to the previous version of the microsite. since they have the access code, they are likely to want to log on to the site again.
In a Page type activity, you can enter text, create a layout and add personalized information using the relevant fields. Add a field in the menu or choose Other to select a specific field in the table.
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