I'm working in a new project for a big company C1 with 2 brands B1 and B2. My requirements stands that I must have two websites, one for each brand.
I've defined a common SettingsPage directly under Root, outside the two websites, but I wonder if it's a good solution to specify some common pages (Cookies Policy, Private Policy, perhaps Search Page) directly under Root too. In general terms, is a good solution to specify common content directly under root, and how can I manage language issues for such common pages??
Thanks in advance
Sometimes I've solved "common pages" by using "Fetch Content From" from a local page to the page under root.
Thanks Alf, I'll try with "Fetch Content From", but I was asking a little more.....is this "the episerver way" to share some common content among various websites??? Are there alternatives???
Thank you for your answer
I think this one is nice since you CAN set individual information on each local page.
If you're using content as "pages people browse to" outside a Start Page I think it's easy to mix things up.
Otherwise if it's only settings or similar you could use content outside the Start Page.