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Since your questions are quite vast and not completely WordPress related, I will stick to your main question. The answer is: Yes. As long as you have it in different directories and don't use the same prefix for their database tables or have a separate database for each (which means you can stuff more than one WP installation into one database with ease) ...


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If you want to override existing parent's css file, create the exact same file with exact same path and it will override it. Example: parentTheme/css/awesome_style.css To overwrite it you should create: parentTheme-child/css/awesome_style.css More info: Child Themes -> Template Files You could also add rules to the existing css, you can read more about ...


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the quickest/easiest (relative terms) way I would think is to put all the currently functioning images into a single subfolder and do a bulk find-replace in the database to fix/update that (be mindful of serializing). Then, moving forward, a yearly folder structure would seem to solve your problem well. If you haven't run into an issue for this long you ...


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You can try to reduce number of images. Wordpress creates lots of different image sizes (up to several of every image you uploaded), but actually you do not use all of them in most cases. Also during years you probably deleted/edited some posts/images, but some images are probably still on your disk, even not used in posts now. So you can delete images not ...


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There is no native solution for this. I remember there was a third party service specializing in theme analytics, but can't google it up now (might have been discontinued). You should also note that official plugin directory severely prohibits gathering such information without explicit user consent. See the guidelines: No "phoning home" without ...


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A general note: A lot of things in WordPress can be configured. For example the name of the wp-content directory. The same goes for the name of the plugins and themes directory. And both can have multiple folders (with plugins defining them). About child themes and plugins: A plugin and a theme is (in general) pretty much the same thing. The (main) ...


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This might be perfect solution for you: http://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-upload-dir/ With that plugin you can have upload folder structure as you wish: "uploads/$image_type./.$client./.$post_title./" or uploads/category/subcategory/post_title/ Or anything you like, you can combine post title, category, post author, post date and many more in your ...



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