DX localhost

Description

Display a notice when working on a localhost site on staging environment, based on your settings and adjustments

Activate the plugin and see a yellow notice bar indicating that you’re working on localhost.

Super helpful whenever you’re cloning a production website with virtual hosts using the same domain name, and are not sure which site are you editing. Visible both in the admin area, and the frontend to all site visitors.

Take a look our video review of DX localhost

Screenshots

  • Sample notification line
  • DX localhost settings page

Installation

  1. Upload the ‘simple-blog-authors-widget’ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

  1. How do you change the environment name?
    *You can change it by entering your desired environment name in the Dev Environment Name input field, Save the changes and you’re done!

Reviews

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Contributors & Developers

“DX localhost” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.3

  • Fix the issue with notice line when the user is not logged in
  • Update the internal logic and add some small code improvements

1.2

  • Screenshots and docs

1.1

  • Display a notice when working on a localhost site clone.
  • Added a toolbar button that would redirect you to the DX Localhost Settings
  • Enable or disable the toolbar button and/or the notice line.
  • Added color picker for the toolbar button and/or notice line.
  • You can change the environment name with any name you want!

1.0

  • Display a notice when working on a localhost site clone.