Wondering if there might be a more efficient way to deploy a single wordpress landing page to ~30 or more external subdomains.
Basically.... We have created a WP page that we want to replicate with minor customisations and then deploy this page to a 3rd party Subdomain. It's a product landing page that 3rd parties will be hosting.
In an ideal world we would be able to manage all of these pages in a single WP install then come up with a way of distributing them - yet maintain our ability to edit in our WP instance.
I had thought that there might be a way to Map the 3rd party's Subdomain to a single WP page on our server.
e.g.... http://Subdomain.Domain.com.au would map to http://www.MyDomain.com.au/theirLandingPage.php. The client would map to our server then we would handle a redirect to the specific page via .htaccess or something to that effect.
Having asked in another thread I'm not sure this is possible.
Other not-so-great solutions I'm considering are:
- Send each client a version of the entire WP site to host on their subdomain - it will mean managing 30+ WP sites.
- Export each page as a static HTML page with something like WP2Static which would then be sent via FTP to their Server and unzipped.
- Have them do a redirect so http://Subdomain.Domain.com.au becomes http://www.MyDomain.com.au/theirLandingPage.php - this may cause issues for the client
- We use Multisite with /subdirectory structure and they map their Subdomain to that directory - Not sure this is possible either is mapping to a page is not possible (!?)
Any suggestions welcome! Thanks in advance!