I have a question about making a set of pages navigable across domains.
The user’s experience of the page would be tailored depending on their domain. For example, customer domain users will see different catalogs on the pages than employee users.
How do you approach navigation and link sharing in a scenario like this? I have found that I can use relative links with widgets to get users where they need to go without including /employee in the URL, but I have not found a way to return them back to the main page without fully spelling out the URL, including /employee in the domain. A link like that wouldn’t work for someone who isn’t in the /employee domain.
Should I be building pages unique to their domain to avoid the link and navigation complexities? This sounds like a lot of extra work and redundancy that will be difficult to manage.
I’d love to hear any ideas on the topic. Let me know if you’ve worked on a similar use case. Thanks!
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