Need to create WordPress staging sites? Want to manage all your themes, plugins and users all from one dashboard? Take advantage of indianhoster WordPress Hosting and these handy features are all included !
A WordPress staging website is a clone of your live WordPress site, created independently on indianhoster staging servers.
It allows you to test changes – whether that’s WordPress themes, plugins, code snippets or any other kind of change. As it’s done ‘offline’, you can afford to experiment.
A staging site is a place to develop or troubleshoot without worrying about your actions having an effect on the users of your live website. As web designers and developers know, a single plugin addition could have disastrous consequences. You don’t ever want to be acquainted with the infamous ‘white screen of death’ on a live WordPress site.
Clone your site with a single click, carry out tests or add new content or code. You can share your staging site with anyone by giving them the ‘.staging’ URL.
Once everyone is happy with the changes you’ve made to the staging site, you can migrate those changes to the live site seamlessly. Your changes will overwrite your old content in minutes.
WordPress staging is included with all WordPress packages at no extra charge.
You can manage WordPress themes directly from the Myindianhoster control panel. It’s a fast way to bulk-update themes and activate/deactivate them at will.
You can view, add or remove WordPress users. Assign and change usernames and passwords. Give them a WordPress Role or a custom role that has been created by a plugin.
Change the identification of your site. Here you can manage Site Title, Site Tagline and basic URL settings.
Plugins can be managed from Myindianhoster. Here you can see a full list that you can update, activate and deactivate at will.
Start over with a clean install on either your live or staging site. Be cautious: this will remove all your data – you have to check a box to confirm that you’re aware of this.
This scan checks if your core files match what exists in the official WordPress core repository. It’s a way to ensure that you haven’t been infected by malware.