Σ Sigma Hosting is mainly a video tutorial website

Σ Sigma Hosting is mainly a video tutorial website that make it easier for you to search within the transcript of videos for solutions of problems you might face during your journey in dealing with different webhosting companies. So, we are very sorry if the text is not well organized and we may work on it in the future but for now we hope you get the benefit mainly from the video then you may need to have a look on the transcript. Thanks for your understanding 🙂

WordPress staging on a two Hosting's managed WordPress in this video we'll show you how to create and manage a staging environment on a to Hosting's managed WordPress platform this demo assumes you've already logged in to your plus control panel click the WordPress link in the left margin then select the WordPress site you want to stage in the developer tools section click clone this instance create a new staging sub domain in which the cloned copy of your site will be located then click okay you that's it the new staging site has been set up let's go take a look here we can see the new staging site listed in our list of WordPress sites use your staging site to make changes to your website and test it before going live with it then when ready to go live click to sync data with another instance select the target WordPress instance the main site you want to upload your changes to you can then define exactly what content you want to copy just your files just your database or both when ready click OK it's a good idea to create a restore point in case you want to revert your changes that's it our staging site has been copied to the target site thus making any changes we may go live this is the end of the tutorial you now know how to create a staging environment for your site with WordPress toolkit to check out a to s managed WordPress platform visit a to hosting.com forward slash managed WP .

Video Discription

In this video, we'll show you to setup WordPress staging on A2 Hosting's Managed WordPress platform, giving you a development environment before pushing changes live.

 

Leave a Reply