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Two domains, one wordpress, two themes

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by dragosdydy, May 19, 2013.

  1. dragosdydy

    dragosdydy Junior Member

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    Hi guys. Is there any way to have the scheme below:

    1 wordpress installed with content - 2 domains - each domain redirect to the same wordpress with the same content but with different theme for each domain.

    I hope you understood what i mean. Thanks.
     
  2. NojWang

    NojWang Newbie

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    Yes I believe it would be possible although awkward as far as analytics tracking is involved. If you where to use the function switch_theme; as well as some conditional statements I think it could work. Reference: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/switch_theme
     
  3. KELLOGGS

    KELLOGGS Supreme Member

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    It'd be difficult. What's the benefit of doing this? Why don't you just choose one nice theme or have two different Wordpress installations?
     
  4. WayneInc

    WayneInc Senior Member

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    At the point of benefit there is no hope.. so explain us more to understand.