[wp-hackers] What's the best solution to develop a website in sandbox?
andycharrington at gmail.com
Sat Jul 16 09:31:06 UTC 2011
I have a multisite set up that I use for developing on. Each client gets a URL and we build the site on there. Then once everyone is happy they can either point their domain to the multisite site with domain mapping or install WP on their domain. It's no biggie to export the content and then copy across the theme and any plugins. Works for me. :-)
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On 16 Jul 2011, at 09:26, dains <dainsmail-wphackers at yahoo.com> wrote:
> 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.
> Best regards,
>> 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?
>> Hi all,
>> 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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