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  • SharonP

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    November 28, 2019 at 10:54 am

    I got the following problem: I want to make some adjustments (layout adjustments, adding new functionality …) for a wordpress page which is currently in production. At the same time I want to be able to edit content on the production page. Generally I have a production server and a test server. What I want is to develop locally, then push my changes to the test server and finally merge my changes with the newly added content of the production page and deploy the merged changes (new content and new functionality) to production. But I don’t know if there’s a good solution for that. I’ve heard about VersionPress, but it’s still not recommended for production usage. My best idea so far is to take a copy of the production page, deploy at the test server, make changes of content and functionality there and deploy in certain intervals to production server. The cons: the update of content depends on the update of new functionality. In case I simply want to make a spelling correction in an article, then this change has to wait until I finished the new functionality I’m currently developing and then both changes will be pushed together to the production server. Glad to hear about any other ideas. – by /hq/marvpaul – –

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