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Section214 says

I’m trying to figure out how to setup a demo site, but don’t want to put the time into developing a completely custom platform if one already exists. I’ve seen lots of solutions for allowing a theme demo bar (including one or two that originated here), but I’m looking for something a bit more complex, as I’m working with plugins more than themes. Ideally, I’d like something similar to what WooThemes does for their demo site… a user registers, it generates (or clones) a wpms site for them and verifies their email. Once email is verified, the account and site automagically time out after a predefined amount of time. Thoughts? Or am I going to have to start from scratch?

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aaranmcguire says

I’m not sure if this is want your wanting exactly, but im sure it will help get you closer to your goal.

http://codecanyon.net/item/demo-manager/159013
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Section214 says

Not quite, but it’s definitely on the right track!

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