[wp-hackers] What's the best solution to develop a website in sandbox?
dainsmail-wphackers at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 16 08:26:03 UTC 2011
Since themes and plugins are portable, you can develop locally and upload to an online site for testing and demonstration. I actually version-controlled like that once by adding the version number to the theme folder and style.css and just leaving all of them on the testing site. Each shows up as a separate theme, so if you mess something up in the latest version it's nothing to revert to a previous theme and take the latest back to the workbench.
>From: Pasquale Puzio <pasquale.puzio at gmail.com>
>To: wp-hackers at lists.automattic.com
>Sent: Friday, July 15, 2011 5:49 PM
>Subject: [wp-hackers] What's the best solution to develop a website in sandbox?
>what's the best solution to develop a website in sandbox? Obviously
>the best solution could be to work in local but I need a way to
>develop new features already online (because my client wants to see
>them) and test them in sandbox mode. After that only when features are
>tested can become final and ready to go online.
>What's your opinion about that?
>Dott. Pasquale Puzio
>info at pasqualepuzio.it
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