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Using a Droplet for Ghost blog, can i creat other site on the same droplet?

i creat one Droplet for Ghost blog, using the domain 1tf.me for the blog. how to set uo other site, is that i need to setting nginx to bulid the other site like photo.1tf.me? help me :)


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Well, I’ve never used Ghost Blog myself, but as far as I can tell what you want to do sound a lot like the Virtual Domain feature, present both in Apache and NGINX. <br> <br>You may find more information here: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-nginx-virtual-hosts-server-blocks-on-centos-6 <br> <br> <br>With Virtual Domains, you might have several different domains (including, but not restricted to sub-domains to domains you own.) being processed by the same server. <br> <br>Ex.: www.virtdom1.com and www.virtdom2.com both resolve to a droplet with IP 12.34.56.78 where “virtdom1.com” is @ “/usr/local/nginx/html/virtdom1.com” and “virtdom2.com” is @ “/usr/local/nginx/html/virtdom2.com”. You are virtually unrestricted regarding to how many domains and/or sub-domains you may host at one instance. <br> <br>Using Virtual Domains, NGINX acts also as a HTTP proxy, forwarding each domain request to it’s due folder in the web server. <br> <br> <br>Hope this helps ya! :)

Well, I’ve never used Ghost Blog myself, but as far as I can tell what you want to do sound a lot like the Virtual Domain feature, present both in Apache and NGINX. <br> <br>You may find more information here: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-nginx-virtual-hosts-server-blocks-on-centos-6 <br> <br> <br>With Virtual Domains, you might have several different domains (including, but not restricted to sub-domains to domains you own.) being processed by the same server. <br> <br>Ex.: www.virtdom1.com and www.virtdom2.com both resolve to a droplet with IP 12.34.56.78 where “virtdom1.com” is @ “/usr/local/nginx/html/virtdom1.com” and “virtdom2.com” is @ “/usr/local/nginx/html/virtdom2.com”. You are virtually unrestricted regarding to how many domains and/or sub-domains you may host at one instance. <br> <br>Using Virtual Domains, NGINX acts also as a HTTP proxy, forwarding each domain request to it’s due folder in the web server. <br> <br> <br>Hope this helps ya! :)

it can’t work…