Local from Flywheel Saves Database SQL Files When Site is Stopped

I was recently following some troubleshooting steps for Local and removed the docker component that Local automatically sets up via an app called VirtualBox, which it installs during setup. Right after I did this I realized that I may have also deleted all of the databases for my sites.  Turns out I did. https://twitter.com/zgordon/status/863958568097153024 NOTE: If you remove … Continue reading Local from Flywheel Saves Database SQL Files When Site is Stopped

Sending WordPress Emails During Local Development

If you've ever tried to build a WP site locally, you've likely experienced the problem of WordPress not sending out emails from your local development environment. Thanks to the WP Mail SMTP plugin you can now easily get around this by using your email providers SMTP information instead of your local server.  WP Beginner published … Continue reading Sending WordPress Emails During Local Development

10 Simple Steps to Migrate WordPress from Local to Live Server

When you start to develop a lot of WordPress themes, you will find your natural rhythm moving sites from local development to live testing or production environments. Here is a simple 10 step process for doing just that. The process works even if the sites have different URLs. Backup your WordPress site using WordPressBackUp or … Continue reading 10 Simple Steps to Migrate WordPress from Local to Live Server