[wp-hackers] What's the best solution to develop a website in sandbox?
pasquale.puzio at gmail.com
Sat Jul 16 00:40:11 UTC 2011
thank you for your suggestion.
Certainly this is a good solution, infact I thought about that but I
hoped there was a better and more sofisticated solution.
This answer generates another question: does exist some ide
wordpress-oriented? For example a special plugin for Eclipse, Visual
Studio, NetBeans or something like that.
I think it's very frustrating to develop a plugin or to customize a
theme editing the code using html textareas :-)
2011/7/16 Christopher Ross <cross at thisismyurl.com>:
> Pasquale, it's fairly common to use a secondary subdomain such as wwwtest. or even a subdirectory with a unique install of WP in it for testing like this. As long as the new features are developed as part of the theme or plugins it would be easy to relocated after you've received approval. Chris
> On 2011-07-15, at 7:49 PM, Pasquale Puzio wrote:
>> 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
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