August 30, 2012

How to Create a Local Copy of a Live WordPress Site

In Monday’s tutorial on creating a local WordPress site, I said that all WordPress users should have a local installation of WordPress on their PC. One of the key reasons for doing so would be the ability to test design changes without disrupting the live site. I’ve certainly been guilty of fiddling with my live blog and regretting…

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