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[Support request] Best strategy to have two different 'looks' on same website

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    Marc

    Hi,

    A client requires to have two distinct looks (background images, layout) for two parts of his website. One for himself as a musician, and one for a band he plays for.

    I am considering setting both on their own subdomains, but would like to know what you recommend to separate the look and feel of each parts of his website?

    Thanks in advance for any hints for best practices.

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    #487415
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Any chance you’ve seen this style that you can show us as an example of what you like to achieve?

    #487433
    Marc

    No. Not with WordPress, and I am wondering how to achieve it.

    Imagine http://abc.website.com with white background and music notes, Typography 1, etc.
    Then http://xyz.website.com with black background and band, Typography 2, etc.

    Could be in a folder rather than a subdomain if needed or easier to accomplish.

    #487497
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    If it’s only colors being changed, you could likely use CSS to target the page using the body class.

    If it’s more than that, then two different sites on sub-domains might be the better route to take.

    Let me know if you need more info 🙂

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