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dany_j says

what is the best and simple way to move wordpress site from local server to live? Actualy I need complete guide so I’d appreciated if someone could pass some useful link maybe.
Im using wamp.
Thanks! :)

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ThemeBlvd says
what is the best and simple way to move wordpress site from local server to live? Actualy I need complete guide so I’d appreciated if someone could pass some useful link maybe.
Im using wamp.
Thanks! :)

http://jasonbobich.com/web-design/moving-wordpress-to-a-new-server/

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duotive says
what is the best and simple way to move wordpress site from local server to live? Actualy I need complete guide so I’d appreciated if someone could pass some useful link maybe.
Im using wamp.
Thanks! :)

http://jasonbobich.com/web-design/moving-wordpress-to-a-new-server/

+1 good tut

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dany_j says

Thanks J. :)

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VagrantRadio says

I’ve actually stopped using a local server to develop, there are so many factors that differentiate between live and local. Plus, it’s an extra bunch of steps to get to the final product.

I usually throw a htpasswd file in the directory I’m working in and just do everything live on the server now.

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crozer says
I’ve actually stopped using a local server to develop, there are so many factors that differentiate between live and local. Plus, it’s an extra bunch of steps to get to the final product.

+1

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dany_j says

me to from now on :)

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jjjrmy says

I have this plugin called Theme Tester. And you set the theme as you want people to see it, then enable the Theme Tester, and any changes you make to the files won’t be seen by anyone but admins until you turn off Theme Tester. That way everything is online, and it doesn’t ruin current viewers. So there is no need to make it on a local server.

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dany_j says

This is my first time to use wordpress so I thought that I’ll have quicker access to the files.. Uploaded version is working but the admin panel is weird. it get frozen, the wp3 menu pannel, and theme custom panel also :)

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dany_j says

finaly everything is working :)
Thanks guys for useful advice

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