As an Enterprise customer, your plan includes access to your Enterprise Group—also known as a parent group—as well as related projects—referred to as child projects.
The parent Enterprise Group manages multiple child projects under an Enterprise dashboard and acts as a wrapper for the child projects offering a single custom domain and global landing page.
## What is the relationship between the parent group and the child projects?
A parent Enterprise Group provides some functionality across the child pages.
**A parent Enterprise Group can:**
Provide global CSS rules across all of your child projects
Provide global third-party integrations settings across your child projects
Provide a global landing page to house the child projects under
The custom domain will be set up in the parent Enterprise Group and each child project will show up as a subdomain in the URL after the custom domain.
### URL Structure
Here is an example of a parent enterprise group URL structure with three child projects:
parent.readme.io/ \<- Your global landing page
parent.readme.io/Child1/docs/getting-started \<- Page URL with default version
parent.readme.io/Child2/v1.0/docs/getting-started \<- Page URL with version specified
parent.readme.io/Child3/lang-ja/v1.0/docs/getting-started \<- Page URL with specified language and version
Looking for More Guidance on Managing Enterprise Projects?
Head to the subpages within this section to learn more about upgrading to a group project, adding and removing child projects, and specifying child path names.