Having sifted through the various posts related to multi-site setups, I’m still not 100% sure what the best approach for my scenario is. I just want to make sure I’m following best-practices and not setting myself up for trouble.
The task at hand is setting up a multi-site for 2 different domains, one that contains content that is not-safe-for-work (NSFW), and one that has no NSFW content. All other content is identical. I see 2 different ways to do this…
myDomain.xxx contains all content. myDomain.com has all NSFW content filtered out.
myDomain.com has all the basic content, but myDomain.xxx has additional NSFW content added.
My questions are: is there any reason to choose one example over the other? If we want to have links for the NSFW content on the .com site that would click-through (after a warning alert or age prompt), would that change anything? Is there an easy way (via categories or tags, etc…) to filter content out, or is it just easier to add the NSFW content only on the .xxx domain, and pull all the other .com content over. Furthermore, is there any reason to choose either the .com or .xxx domain to be the MS install location, or does it not really matter? Are there any other pitfalls I should be aware of?
TIA for any suggestions/advice.
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