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How to add new site to a project that already has 3 sites

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The attached screenshot has 3 sites. Now I want to add siteD as 4th site with just one page. Can you please help me with how to get started with this and the steps needed to achieve this.?

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it is important to familiarize yourself with industry-recommended practices when it comes to web development. When spinning up a new Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) website, the easiest approach is to utilize the Adobe-recommended and best-practice website boilerplate. This boilerplate can be accessed from the following GitHub repository: https://github.com/adobe/aem-project-archetype.

 

By using the AEM website boilerplate, you gain access to a pre-configured project structure that adheres to industry best practices. This project archetype provides you with numerous benefits and features, simplifying the process of creating a new website. Here are some key advantages of utilizing this boilerplate:

  • Utilize Adobe-recommended AEM website boilerplate.
  • Simplifies website creation process.
  • Define namespace for better code organization.
  • Predefined templates for consistent styling and layout.
  • Support for proxied components for enhanced functionality.
  • Easy setup and configuration of entry log support.
  • Extensibility for integrating additional features.
  • Aligns with industry best practices for maintainability and scalability.

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it is important to familiarize yourself with industry-recommended practices when it comes to web development. When spinning up a new Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) website, the easiest approach is to utilize the Adobe-recommended and best-practice website boilerplate. This boilerplate can be accessed from the following GitHub repository: https://github.com/adobe/aem-project-archetype.

 

By using the AEM website boilerplate, you gain access to a pre-configured project structure that adheres to industry best practices. This project archetype provides you with numerous benefits and features, simplifying the process of creating a new website. Here are some key advantages of utilizing this boilerplate:

  • Utilize Adobe-recommended AEM website boilerplate.
  • Simplifies website creation process.
  • Define namespace for better code organization.
  • Predefined templates for consistent styling and layout.
  • Support for proxied components for enhanced functionality.
  • Easy setup and configuration of entry log support.
  • Extensibility for integrating additional features.
  • Aligns with industry best practices for maintainability and scalability.

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Follow this document for creating a new site. I am expecting that you already have template and component already created for new site or you might be using the template, component of existing site.

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/sites/administering...

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If you want to have multiple website with reusable components then go for multimodule projects. Where you can proxy out the already created components and reuse the code.