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Last update: July 16, 2024

Configuring Multiple Stores with Multiple Domains

With Virto Commerce, you can configure multiple stores with multiple domains in the same environment. This means you can build and manage different websites for various brands or business entities using a single platform and codebase. Configuring multiple stores with multiple domains provides great flexibility and convenience for managing distinct web experiences on the same platform. You can easily set up and configure multiple stores with their own domain names, assign catalogs and price lists, and upload custom themes.

Additionally, you have the option to share themes between stores to streamline development efforts. With Virto Commerce, you can create a cohesive and efficient multi-store environment to meet the unique needs of your business.

In this guide, we will learn how to set up and configure multiple stores with their own domain names, enabling you to efficiently manage content, marketing activities, and orders for each store.

For demo purposes, we will use B2B Theme with various presets in the default\config\settings_data.json file.


  1. Deploy the Virto Commerce Platform and Frontend Application.
  2. Configure the shared cms-content folder between the Frontend Application and Platform components.
  3. Set up and configure languages, currencies, and other relevant settings.
  4. Configure or import the necessary catalog(s) for your stores.
  5. Configure price lists and price list assignments based on your pricing strategy.
  6. Configure inventory according to your business requirements.
  7. Download Default B2B Theme or Build a custom one.
  8. Configure the DNS settings for each domain associated with the stores. Make sure to update the DNS records to point the domain names (e.g.,, to the appropriate IP address or hostname where your Virto Commerce instance is hosted.

Configure Multiple Stores

To configure multiple stores with their own domains in Virto Commerce:

  1. Create and configure Store1:

    1. Assign the appropriate catalog to Store1.

      assigning catalog

    2. Configure price list assignments for Store1, if required.


    Ensure that Store1 has unique domain name, such as

  2. Deploy the Theme:

    1. Click Content.
    2. Select the required store from the list.
    3. Click on the Themes widget.
    4. In the Themes list blade, click Upload to upload new theme.

    new theme

    The new theme has been uploaded. Go to your store to see it.

    store1 theme


    The default path for the CMS-CONTENT folder is wwwroot\cms-content\Themes{StoreId}.


    You can automate theme deployment to the shared CMS-CONTENT folder to streamline the process.

  3. To create and configure your next store, repeat steps 1 and 2.

    store2 theme


    Each store should have its own domain name, such as

Share Theme Across Multiple Stores

It is possible to share the same theme across multiple stores by using the LiquidThemeEngine:BaseThemePath setting in the Frontend Application appsettings.json file.

This approach allows each store's specific CMS-CONTENT folder to contain unique store customizations.