January 25, 2012

Watch Configuring WordPress for Multiple Environments Video by by Jason McCreary

If you’re using WordPress as a development platform or following a software life cycle things become a little tricky. In this video, from WordCamp Chicago Jason McCreary talks about different ways to migrate WordPress between different environments smoothly, including: code, database, and environment specific checks. Although some aspects of the talk may be advanced, there are demos, and code samples.

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