So I think this is where this post should go, but let me know if I'm wrong.
So, I work at a small dev/design firm. and we recently got a big client that has a somewhat complex website. We're currently in the design stage, but are thinking forward for developing it, and how we should proceed.
The main requirement is that it has to be CMS controlled and easy for them to jump in and make edits, so we're going forward with WordPress (our normal development).
So this client, has two physical locations, each servicing different audiences. Because of this, they want a splash page to direct them to either site and ideally for it to all show up within the same URL Structure.
But each location will have its own navbar/footer and its own content. The design will the same/ish, but the content will change. Which sounds like each location needs to have its own WordPress install. What I've been wondering is if it's possible to manage two websites and a splash page all within one WordPress install with the considerances above.
My first thought was to install WordPress into subfolders of the domain. but this would require them to manage the site in three locations, which isn't really optimal.
Has anyone approached this sort of site structure before or have any suggestions on how to build this site?