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  • I’m in an interesting situation with my company where we have partnered with other companies to act as their financing department. As part of this we are going to be hosting pages on our domain with the financing information and application, but it’s been requested that these pages still look like the manufacturers sites.

    I have the code for the pages we want to upload ready (html, css, JS) and would like to get them up without interference from our wordpress install/theme. Could subdomains be used for this?

    Thanks!

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  • Hey @drewsaylor,

    If these pages are completely independent of the WordPress installation, you could just upload them as HTML files; for example, domain.com/manufacturer.html. Although, if you’re planning to have multiple of these, you probably want to use sub-folders to contain them to keep the assets separate, etc; for example, domain.com/manufacturer/index.html. Sub-domains could be used to the same effect, if preferred.

    If you want to be able to edit the content portion of each manufacturer’s page, you could instead create a custom page template for each manufacturer.

    Hope that helps!

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