Extra WP installations. Are they better as Sub domains or sub-directories ????
I am interested in using wordpress for a new website and I am looking for some solid advice on ‘multiple word press installation’ on one domain.
My questions are :
Suppose I want 3 WordPress installations,one each for England, Scotland and Wales on one domain. The main installation would be in the root directory for England which would be http://www.mysite.co.uk.
Then 2 more wordpress installations for Wales and Scotland.
** I am happy for the member logins to be individual on each installation and NOT shared between the three.
How should I install the other two wordpress installations ? as sub-directories OR sub-domains, and are there any major reasons why one is better than the other ?? eg :
http://www.mysite.co.uk/wales <<<<< OR AS >>>>>> http://wales.mysite.co.uk
Also is there anything I will need to adjust on the .htaccess files of all three or the robots files to ensure all three installations are indexed and operate correctly ??
Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated.
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