My Main Purposes
- To centralise all of my WordPress sites (different domains - different clients) in one place controlled by the main dashboard. Be able to choose which site is in need of a theme, plugins, or core file updates.
- Saving loads of time by not updating and maintaining each site one by one.
- Only one core WordPress file update affecting the rest.
Can I create a Network within the MultiSite (WP v3.7.1 to-date) configuration but NOT based upon subdirectories or sub-domain basis as each site has its own theme, plugin, and domain name: Site1.com, Site2.com, Site3.com for example?
The main site will not be under "root" directory but dwell within /subfolder instead, if the question#1 above is achievable, all the rest of the sites will be within /subfolder/wp-contents/theme << each theme per site in different folders, is it possible?
Is this the good solution in terms of a security issue as it seems all the sites are under one roof?
Each client, each site, each domain has their own login screen and could be able to claim their rights over their site only, what if they do have multiple users who need a log-in, will it mess up with another client site including my own main site as well?
Don't quite see the whole picture how InfiniteWP plugin could help me either to minimise the WP core installation or centralise all the sites in one place?
Any recommendations in order to achieve all of my main purposes are welcome as it's quite a chaotic to update one by one and wasting hosting space by installing the core file on each site.