I have a site which is based in US (ex. www.example.com). We've been tasked to create a UK/GB version of the site which has it's own domain (ex. www.example.co.uk), but shares the same common pages/posts/backend. About 75% of the pages are the same on both versions but there will be a few sections (like About and Contact) where they are different to account for regional differences.
US site (www.example.com) has 4 Pages:
UK Site (www.example.co.uk) also has 3 pages (2 different, 1 the same)
- Home (The same as US, but the URL should be www.example.co.uk)
- About (Different content, the URL should be www.example.co.uk/about)
- Services (The same as US, but URL should be www.example.co.uk/services)
- Contact (Different content, the URL should be www.example.co.uk/contact)
How do I go about setting up the UK/GB version of the site which use the same backend and most of the same content from the base site, but has a few page differences and different domain?