Imagine three websites focusing on different topics: geography, biology, political science. One website has a page (mysite/alaska) that discusses the geography of Alaska. The second site has a page (mysite2/alaska) that discusses Alaskan wildlife, and so on.
Now imagine a fourth website with a page at mysite4/alaska that has an article about Alaska that consists of the content from the other three sites.
In other words, the content from mysite/database, mysite2/database and mysite3/database is simply strung together to form a super article.
This is something I've been working with on a site that I want to convert to WordPress. I suspect it will be too complex and problematic, and, in the long run, it might be best to just create four different WordPress sites and manually copy the database entries from the first three sites into a super article.
But I wanted to ask if there is a relatively clean way of accomplishing this.
I envision sort of a template or master page that simply includes content from other databases, similar to this...
<include mysite1-database/alaska> <include mysite2-database/alaska> <include mysite3-database/alaska>
I might add that I've found a simple way of customizing the content using CSS. If I have a paragraph that I want to appear in mysite2 but not in the super article, I can simply give it a class "NoDisplay" that is set to display: none in the super article.