Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I can’t find it in the forums. I designed my business website using non-WP software, and it sucks. Since my goofing-around site is WP and I love it, I’ve decided to redo my business site in WordPress.
I don’t want to take my old business site offline until the new one’s ready. I can’t build the entire new business site in a day, and my clients use the old site daily to do things like look up my rates (it’s ridiculous how often they forget!). I can’t afford to have even my old sucky site down for days on end. Is there a way I can work on my new WP site offline, get it all nice and shiny, and then press a button at some point and replace my current site with its lovely WordPress successor? If so, how would I do that? (I built the goof-off site from scratch in a weekend–can’t do that here.)
Again, sorry if this is a stupid question, already answered many times. My Google-fu must be weak. My sucky site, if anyone wants to look at it and see why I want to replace it when the time comes, is http://www.SemperEditing.com.
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