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Staging a Wordpress based website means, that you use all of the well known three stages in your Website environment:

  1. Development
  2. Staging
  3. Production

Staging is the process to promote a snapshot of the development version (revision) from staging (testing for production) to the production website (release).

The Staging step is used to not run development code directly on a production site. In difference to the standard release cycle (development, beta-testing, release) Staging is something that a developer can do all the time. So the development version can be a stable wordpress release but extended with own plugins or themes for example.

Staging a WordPress Website

This section is a placeholder to describe how to move a website from one host to another. This for defining a process.

  1. Delete & Copy Files

Staging a WordPress Database

  1. Change Host Data stored in the Database


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