creating two versions of the same site, only one live at a time
Hopefully someone can help with this, likely a simple solution- Please note that I am not well versed in CSS, but I am resourceful if need be.
I have two accounts with godaddy. One of them has only the domain of my personal site, the other has my business site with hosting. I have my current personal site installed on (ex:) mybusinessssite.com/myblogfiles. I have my personal site forwarded to that address with masking.
I just installed wordpress a second time in a different subdomain on my business site
Can I duplicate the my existing wordpress files into the new subdomain? The idea is to have one copy of the blog up and running at all times for the public to view, and the other for me to change themes, color schemes and do other general testing on. Then when I have the back up blog ready for the public I can simply forward my domain with masking to the myblogfiles2.mybusinesssite.com and the public would me none the wiser except for the visual changes, etc. that I had made. I recently made a mistake in my code which left my blog down for several hours and I’d like to not have that happen again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
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