The intuitive WordPress has become the most popular CMS (Content Management System), both by individuals and by companies. The fact that this platform is used in 25% of the Internet websites certify its undeniable popularity, and at the same time helps to understand why developers not using WordPress are wasting a huge opportunity.
To manage this website, I changed from Blogger to WordPress because I wanted to convert my Blog into a Website. I liked the idea to have structured pages where people could navigate through, and at the same time, maintain the Blog in a subfolder.
In this post, I want to share some WordPress plugins I installed for the website, and that helped me obtain the look and feel that I wanted. For example, a plugin for security aspects, like attempts to enter to your admin site, or a plugin for Search Engine Optimization (SEO), which gives you some tips that improve how search engines see your content.
In this post, you will learn how to set up WordPress in your computer, so that you can develop and test your new features locally, before updating them into your live website.
You will also learn how to clone your live WordPress website into your local server, and how to clone the local WordPress to your live server. All this thanks to the Duplicator plugin.
After reading this post, you’ll be able to migrate your website from one url to another! As you just need to clone your website and install it in your new live server.