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  • I’m not sure I understand the question. When you enable network on your WordPress installation, it turns entire WP into a network. It’s not a separate instance of WordPress.

    Each child site is part of the network, they are not separate websites. By default, each child site is accessed from a sub-directory: multisite.com/child-site

    You can change that to access child sites from a sub-directory: child-site.multisite.com

    But I’m not sure what you’re actually asking about. So if you still need help, try to elaborate on your question and provide an example of what you’re trying to achieve.

    ^V

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