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Apply php-config to all subdomains


ZARk

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Basically, I'm with you on that, same with the "Apply specialsettings to all subdomains (*.example.com)" flag. Problem is, there might be workflow where the exact opposite is an issue, like, i'm changing php settings and wonder why none of the subdomains are updated accordingly. Maybe a good solution would be to define a system-wide setting with what value these settings are being pre-set, what do you think?

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Logic would dictate that you should be able to click on "EDIT" then directly on "SAVE" without touching anything and that nothing would be affected. 

But indeed, it's been a while since it's working this way, and maybe someone has that workflow and it would break. So yes, maybe a system-wide setting would be the wisest choice .

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