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  • I’m developing many projects with WP and I’m getting troubles with (a) migration (b) WP themes (c) WP development policies.

    About migration, the WP is not being a good tool, because there is many incompatibilities between servers, hindering manual (or with plugin) migration; if the WP content core (pages, posts,images, contents, plugins, themes) were separated from security core (database to restrict acess) those problems were resolved. Migrate WP content (files, images, posts,pages) be something apart from security (restrict access) configurated in installation.
    WP NEEDS TO HAVE A BETTER INTERFACE TO (A) MIGRATION OF FULL INSTALATION BETWEEN SERVERS OR DIRECTORIES (B) DATABASE MANAGEMENT

    About WP themes, they have the same problem of migration: the migrated theme rarely brings the settings or content from other WP instalation.
    WP could create a seal to classificate the themes in (a) simply = near from WP default themes (b) intermediate = with options beyond WP default themes (c) advanced = much different of default WP themes.
    This “seal” could save (much) time for all WP developers during the process to choose a template for your project.

    About WP policies, is need to have WP documentation in all WP previous versions, because there is no plugins avaliable to all versions of WP. To say “update your WP” is in many cases turn impraticable to develop a project with WP – the solution desireable can be developed juts in earlier WP versions.

    I hope this suggestion can be hear by WP creator, because this will define my use of this tool.

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    I’m developing many projects with WP and I’m getting troubles with (a) migration (b) WP themes (c) WP development policies.

    For any migration issues (and I assume you mean a move) this article may help you.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress

    As to developing themes there is already a great deal of documentation already.

    https://codex.wordpress.org/Theme_Development

    Themes and content are not the same thing. If you develop a theme it should just work anywhere and migrating that theme to a new installation is just a matter of installing and activating that theme.

    I am not sure what you mean by “WP development policies” though. Do you mean good coding practices?

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