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This is what I suggest get your RSS feed for site A http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Feeds Install this plugin to Site B https://wordpress.org/plugins/rss-post-importer/ It has the option to grab the post and save as draft. As for email you might need to add some code to send an email out when a new post is added. function SendOutEmail($to, ...
Usually you only have to use mysql.domain.com if connecting to a remote database. If that is what you are doing, then yes. It will be slower than a locally hosted database. Even if the domain resolves to the local server localhost should resolve quicker as it uses the loopback interface which bypasses network hardware.
Whilst I appreciate it's not the solution anyone would want after they've chosen to host on an Azure Web App, I'm yet to find anyone with a solution to this problem and I've spent a long time looking. I also debugged every one of our plugins and our theme with a fine tooth comb and still could not find the cause. All I could be sure about was a vanilla ...
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