I'm a fairly avid programmer, but recently moved to web development, so I apologize if this question is somewhat silly.
I'm building an e-commerce webApp that should support multiple domains. Lets say I have 2 stores running in my App, each one having its own custom domain.
The app is located at:
The store 1 is located at:
the store 2 is located at:
I need to redirect all requests made in
store2.com to the
main-app.com passing an id, which is the store Id. the store Id is used to load all components of each store.
I've managed to add CNAME records to store1 and store2 pointing to
www.main-app.com. So far so good, when I type
www.store1.com in my browser, the main-app shows on screen, but how can I pass the store Id so it knows which store to load?
Which would be the best approach to make this feature possible?
In essence, I want to type
www.main-app.com receives a request to load store1. I don't want to use domain forwarding, like typing
www.store1.com and it redirects the user to something like
I hope I made myself clear.