Having a local WordPress install is a key workflow requirement for designers and developers alike. Whether you’re developing a plugin, putting the finishing touches to a theme or just speccing out changes for a client, a local setup boosts productivity by letting you work quickly and safely on your own machine. At some stage though, you’ll naturally be looking to take the next step.
This article will show you how to go about migrating your local content to the web. To get you comfortable with the overall principles, we’ll focus on doing this manually, before listing some plugin solutions to help you streamline the process down the line.
First though, let’s make sure our bases are covered with a look at the tools you’ll need to follow along.
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