I have personally experienced the pain after updating plugins and WordPress core that my website just died.. Im sure you have seen the error 404, 502, 503, 504, unable to connect to the database, CSS file goes missing after an update.
Trust me, i have seen these uncountable amount of times. To counter this problem, what do we do?
Over the years, medical research and experimentation around clonation have surrounded the term “Clone” with a halo of wickedness. The picture heading this post seems to demonstrate one of these bad practices from the past, but nothing further from reality. In 1925, Brangulí captured the “Artificial Solarium” for infants of unmarried mothers in the “Pabellón Rosa – Casa Provincial de Maternidad y Expósitos” in Barcelona.
At Wetopi, we use the term “clone” for the “good practices”, to clone our WordPress sites. It is important to note that a Clone is more than just a backup or a test sandbox environment.
Cloning is not bad, not at all – when we talk about WordPress
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