Migrating WordPress, Temporary Domains, Host File Changes and Testing Before Launch

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This content is a draft and not yet completed.

I posted this article Migrating to GridPane using a Temporary Domain on the Self Managed WordPress Facebook group. And I received the following comment.

I thought I would write something up to explain why I don’t edit my host file anymore since I started back in 2001.

Host Files

If you’ve ever wanted to migrate a website to a new hosting provider, it can be troublesome if there’s no temporary domain provided.

A temporary domain points to your new hosting account, you can have multiple domains point to your hosting account. Whatever content is in your hosting account, all the domain names will point to said content.

Advice

cPanel provides the option of a sub-domain or addon-domain that will point to your website’s webroot, which can also be considered a

However, when you’re using WordPress, it requires that you have a primary domain specified in its configuration. This is typically done via two options., otherwise you will be unable to login to the administration.

Shell

If this wasn’t a requirement, there would be no issues

Other

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