- WordPress Website Building Tips - Why I Use a Test Website
WordPress Website Building Tips - Why I Use a Test Website
PAGE 1 – Why a Test Site is Good for Logos
PAGE 2 – You Only Need 1 Test Website to Test Theme
PAGE 3 – How to Customize a WordPress Theme
PAGE 4 – Changing Theme Options
Hello All! I wanted to create this quick and simple training tutorial to illustrate why it is a very good idea to have a test Site Rubix website. However when you set it up you do NOT have to activate the All-in-One SEO Pack Plugin. Since you are using it strictly for testing, there is no need for it to be indexed.
REASONS WHY I HAVE A TEST SITE
There are many reasons why I have a test website. There will be times when I create a website and I will want to test how certain things look without disturbing my already live website. For example, on my Legitimate Job From Home website I wanted to change the default WordPress text logo that came with the theme to something that was more unique.
So I took my test website which had the same exact theme I had on my live website and started creating different text logos. Then I would place them into the header so I could see how things looked. Once I found the one I liked, I uploaded it on my live website, see image below.
By using a test website it saves me the possible problem of breaking my live website by adding & deleting logos multiple times. I was able to make these text logos with the free online text logo maker that I had provided a link to in my training at the below link.
NEXT UP = One test site for all testing
Thanks for the heads up on the plugins. I'm pretty sure I have them all activated on my test site. I will deactivate those today.
A test website is a great asset to use in making sure things look right and work right before sending something live.