I have just finished a new DNN build and was wondering about the site alias settings.
While I was building the site I was using "domain.org" (BTW - just an example domain name) and it was marked, by default, as the primary domain and it couldn't be edited. When I was ready to use the main domain name I added "domain.com" as an additional alias. I then updated the hosting account to be treated as "domain.com" (domain.org was no longer to be used). When I log in now I see domain.org is still marked as the primary, but I can edit it. So I edit it to remove the primary status. But the alias domain.com (that I'm now logged in with) is not marked as primary, and as I can't edit it (because I'm visiting the site with domain.com) I also can't set it as primary.
I no longer can access the site using domain.org because of how the domain(s) are being managed, so I can only access the site with "domain.com", but I don't need to access it using the domain.org name anyway, because it was only a temporary domain used to build the site.
My question is, if I remove the alias for domain.org, will domain.com automatically become the "primary" or do I even need to worry about it being marked as primary if there is only a single alias? BTW - I've also turned off the "auto alias" option if that makes any difference.
My concern is that I will render the site inaccessible if I remove the domain.org if domain.com is not marked as "primary" and as it is, I have no method to access the site using an alternate domain name to "unlock" domain.com so I can edit it (assuming that I even need to edit it).