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Let's keep this simple - This mystery is keeping me from progressing and finishing my sites:
Which are four WP installations/sites which are actually JUST ONE site...
I chose the prose theme for it's minimalism and each site is has it's own wordpress installation. I'm using InfiniteWP to manage all the blogs centrally... And I'm trying to figure out how to organize a global navigation that would work best when switching between blogs. I thought it would be better to create separate blog rather than a multisite to preserve the integrity of each archive and database. two of the blogs (the personal ones) have a much longer history than the two newer niche blogs. I didn't want to combine these blogs into just one though because I wanted to keep each one separate and focused, if that makes sense... Right now, I'm stumped on the best way to incorporate a global navigation on multiple blogs. There's no articles or recommendations on this anywhere regarding Genesis...
In general I could use some advice/feedback and over all opinion here. Let me know what you think...?
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