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In the multisite you can try the switch_to_blog() and restore_current_blog() functions. Here the documentation: https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/switch_to_blog/.


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I don't think you have the right approach for this problem. Here, you're talking about 4 domains, not subdomains. Subdomains are what usually replace the www in an url. And, if you create a multisite network, then you won't need to have a multilingual plugin since you plan on having only one language per website. Having a multisite network is useful if you ...


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What is happening here is that many browsers now block third-party cookies (cookies from another domain). So, if you're logged in into the WordPress' multisite admin (let say multisite.example.com) you have the cookie for it saved (the PHP COOKIE_DOMAIN constant is defined to multisite.example.com) and, if you try to log in into subsite1.example.com, the ...


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The simplest way to create identical websites on different domains is to use the plugin Multiple Domain. This allows you to have a single WP install with one database serving two domains. Next step is to copy this DB to a Chinese server, where create a script to copy DB and files from the main server outside of China. It should contain something as follows: ...


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You appear to be missing some files. There should be an index.php file in that root directory for example. Try downloading a fresh copy of WordPress from http://wordpress.org/wordpress-5.6-no-content.zip and upload the files from that zip to your new server


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You'll also need to update the URLs in the database, I run the following sql query in phpmyadmin > database > query after a migration. swap wp_ with your db table prefix if different from default, & adjust any URLs as needed: UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = replace(option_value, 'oldurl.com', 'newurl.com') WHERE option_name = 'home' OR ...


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