I have a bunch of clients that have different site designs but all run on the same backend CMS. They all share a common admin theme which is located in
/home/public/skins/admin - which each client has an alias to.
It works fine but now there could two ore more clients which will share the same design. So it would make sense to move the design to
I could use a simple Alias of
/skins/ /home/public/skins/ but for some older clients, the
/skins/ folder will still need to be accessible as it currently is - as each site that uses the same CMS includes the same Alias config file it would be messy to keep some clients using one setting and others a different set.
So, my question is: Can I set an alias to look to the
/home/public/skins folder only if the actual folder doesn't exist. Like cascading directory structures I guess.
/skins/design - if exists, do nothing and let the standard directory do the work. otherwise look to
I'm open to using symbolic links but I like to have alias's for ease of use.