Caching is the process of saving some of the information in your browser when you visit a website. That’s why a website often loads more quickly after you’ve already visited it. Here we’ll discuss how to clear two types of caching: Your browser caching and your back-end caching if your site is built on the ..
Instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XZ1GYY8Hl0 Log into your site’s wp-admin portal On the left side at the top, hover over WP Engine and click Legacy Staging Click the blue button: Copy site from LIVE to STAGING. Wait for the staging site to finish being built. You’ll have to refresh the page, but eventually you should see Staging ..
1. Click on the link to your Staging site. 2. Login to the back end of the Staging site. NOTE: The user name and password is the same as your Live site. On the left-hand site, click on Updates. 3. If your WordPress need to be updated it will notify you here. Click ..
1. Login to the back end of your site. This brings you to the Dashboard. Click on WP Engine on upper-left side. 2. Click on the Staging tab 3. Take note of the staging status date and time! 4. Click the blue button to copy site from live to staging. 5. ..
1. Login to Live site 2. Choose WP-engine in left-hand side menu 3. Choose Staging tab 4. Click choice #2 Copy Site from Staging to Live 5. Choose to move all tables from drop down 6. Change email to YOUR email 7. Hit submit * Follow same steps for moving from Live to staging, ..