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  • I can’t see any reason why this should cause a problem (provided, of course, you update internal hyperlinks) but my question is why you would want to complicate matters anyway.

    If you use a plugin like underConstruction (there are many others available), you can do all your testing on the actual site itself while still allowing only logged-in users like yourself to see what the site looks like. Logged-out users continue to just see a “Coming Soon” page.

    Thanks KTS915,

    Yes I usually update everything with an SQL query when the site is finished so its no big deal and takes minutes. I find this method easier when testing on lots of different devices too so I don’t have to keep logging in.

    Its also easier for stakeholders to quickly check progress on an email link on a mobile without having to login which gets a bit tedious for some older clients while on the move!

    I’ll post an update here in a few weeks when done to report on how it worked out…


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