Thanks for the reply! Due to the nature of the website, even a nearly static shared footer would be fine. Both sites use nearly the same css and js files (and i think could be further modified to use exactly the same)
I would like my Omeka site to have the same navbar as Wordpress (and all links would lead to the wordpress pages) These pages are nearly static, so I could hard code them into the omeka theme (but that doesn’t seem ideal) and then Omeka would have its own secondary navbar underneath.
I currently have both instances on separate servers but am getting ready
to combine them. I was originally planning on setting them up at
\server\wordpress and \server\omeka respectively. Then use virtual
directories to link http://my-website.com/
to wordpress and http//my-website.com/omeka to Omeka. Alternatively (if
it made my end goal simpler) I suppose I could install Omeka at
\server\wordpress\omeka but that sounds more complicated as far as
server permissions go etc.
I suppose I would just “include” Wordpresses navbar php files in the
omeka theme, and call the functions the same as in Wordpress? I was just curious if
anyone had any insight, before I wasted a few days trying to figuring it out, and possibly just hard coding it in.