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daro says

Hi, To all WP developers designers. I’m working on three different WP sites which are all completely different and I’m wondering what’s the best way to show each site to the respective client. What do you do, install multiple copies of WP each under a different folder or do you use some kind of them switcher?

Thanks in advance.

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fillerspace says

You can use Wordpress MU, which lets you create multiple installs using the same database. The different blogs share the same templates directory and can have addresses like http://blog1.domain.com or http://www.domain.com/blog1.

The other option is to create a new install of regular Wordpress for each theme. If you are able to use the same page/blog structure, it is possible to point them at the same database.

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daro says

Thanks fillerspace, I’ll give MU a try.

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