Our two most recent videos are both about deploying your locally-developed site to a live environment:
First up, is How to Deploy a DesktopServer Site to Flywheel. Flywheel is a managed hosting server, that specializes in high speed, highly reliable WordPress sites, but their proprietary server configuration require a few additional steps to the Direct Deploy process.
In this video, we show you how to take your locally created WordPress site and use DesktopServer Premium to deploy to FlyWheel’s managed server.
Our second video is How To Deploy Your DesktopServer Site to a Live Host In a Subdirectory. Most WordPress installations are either in a top-level domain (such as example.com), or in a subdomain (subdomain.example.com). WordPress can be installed in a subdirectory (such as example.com/site/), but if you want to deploy a locally developed site to a subdirectory, there are a few additional steps that must be taken. This video shows you how.
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