WP Staging can be utilised during the construction of a new website, but it is also beneficial during the process of updating or enhancing an existing website. By making modifications while working in a staging environment, you can ensure that the experience of your site’s users is not negatively impacted. Your production site will continue to function normally until you manually send the modifications to the live server.
Because we want you to be able to test and evaluate any change on a WordPress staging site before making any update on your production site, we have integrated the WP Staging plugin as an extension. The newly created staging sites are automatically connected to the MainWP Dashboard so that you can use them as you would any other regular Child Site and carry out any action on them.
When you are satisfied that everything functions exactly as you would like it to in the WordPress staging environment, you are ready to apply the same changes to your live sites.
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When updating live WordPress sites, make sure to avoid making costly and time-consuming mistakes.
- Site going ‘blank’ with a white screen
- Losing content, you spent countless hours on
- Overwriting CSS
- Plugin conflicts causing loss of functionality or design
- Error messages appearing for public users
- Broken links and images
- Diagnose problems with plugins without affecting the functionality of your production website.
- Remove the detrimental effect that a downed website has on the conversion rate and the number of sales.
- Test each component at their own leisure, without the pressure of a time limit imposed by the fact that the live website is in maintenance mode.