Going from a WordPress staging site to a live site has never been easier! Brian had listened intently when it was explained to him what he should do. He had actually followed most of the instructions exactly as the instructor had written them down for him on the sheet of paper. The instructor had wanted to make sure he would remember them. But Brian had made a big mistake. He had added the packet of sugar which was already on the kitchen counter. Actually, he should have used the vanilla extract. The extract, however, was still in the kitchen cabinet. After all, he had forgotten that the instructor had told him to always put every ingredient on the kitchen counter in advance. This would’ve helped him remember. The different sugar ruined the recipe. It was the vanilla extract, after all, that gave the dessert its distinct flavor. Also known as moderator generated content or branded content.
Step 3 Push Backup to Live Site
Phew, are you still there? Did you notice your mind wandering off mid-sentence? Mine sure did. If yours did too, that’s because it’s difficult to process information that isn’t structured. Before you can wrap your head around the information, a new piece of information is already vying for your attention. That’s actually a big reason why we use periods. Periods actually say: “OK, this is the end of what I want to say, let that sink in before you continue”. Let’s rewrite this passage with shorter sentences.
As you may recall, we created our local staging environment
Only Push Updates From Staging to Live Site
by uploading a full backup of our live WordPress site, to an environment we had created on our own computer, using the Flywheel’s local app. There are other ways to do this using Bitnami or XAMPP, but we have found this to be the easiest and therefore the most effective. For the purposes of this masterclass, we’ve added a menu and header to help make a convenient distinction between Albania Phone Number the look and functionality of the new (staging) version of the site and the old (live) version. . Once we are done updating and testing our site, we will want to upload our new version from the local environment to the live site. The easiest way to do this using a migration plugin. We prefer to use the most popular of them, the All-in-One WP Migration plugin, and install it on our two WordPresss. Step 1: Install All-in-One WP Migration on Local and Live WordPress Environments Install the All-in-One plugin on our WordPress installation the same way we would any other plugin.