Follow my blog with Bloglovin Migrating your sites between LbF and your live server Depending on what you were really working on, there are several ways for you to send your locally developed site to your live web server. Some of us use the local environment in general (whether you’re using LbF, AMPPS, MAMP, etc.) […]
Local Environment Testing
Local environment testing is a very important step for any web developer from designing sites to developing potential web apps. It seems that a lot of these designers and developers (from hobbyists to pros) neglect or even unaware of this process, therefore I am sharing a few tips on how to incorporate this step into developing awesome stuff on the web.
Working on your WordPress blog/site with Local by Flywheel How’s everyone doing? Thank you for following me thus far. We are finally in the home stretch! But first, a little recap of the past 2-3 steps of this tutorial. So far, you have learned the following: You have learned that it is possible to create […]
Creating your first site project If you are here on this third step, that means, you’ve got Local by Flywheel (LbF) up and ready to go on your computer. Now it’s time to for you to finally get your hands dirty on your new site. But first, take a look at the screenshot below and […]
Installing Local by Flywheel (LbF) You ready to make your own personal web server on your own computer? Awrighty, let’s proceed. Visit the Local by Flywheel site and downloadThe LbF site is here. You can check out all the features and information about LbF. Scroll down to check the minimum system requirements before you download. It’ll […]
General Overview I know I keep on writing in the past blog posts that I will be starting to put up a series of simple tutorials on WordPress theme development. But, here I am again with yet another local environment tutorial. If you are unfamiliar with the term local environment, I suggest you check out this […]