Video: Liquid Web MWP Visual Comparisons Feature

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In this Knowledge Base article, we feature a video provided by Chris Lema to introduce the Managed WordPress Visual Comparison feature. If you run a WordPress, you understand the potential headaches you may face when updating your plugins and themes. Do you choose to update on the fly and risk taking down your site; or do you set up a staging, keep it in sync with your live site and use that to test updates?

What if there was another way? A better way? Chris knows there is and we’re excited to show you what we’ve come up with.

Using our Managed WordPress Platforms Visual Comparison feature we can automatically test and update your plugins for you. This creates an internal only staging environment, updates the plugins one by one and compares the changes. The Visual Comparison feature will only update plugins that do not cause a visual difference on your live site.

When you review the Visual Comparison report for the site you will see the plugins we updated automatically and exactly why we didn’t update others. You can quickly determine the potential issues a plugin update will cause, allowing you to more easily take control of your WordPress site’s updates.

The best part is that with Visual Comparison enabled we will run the update checks and comparisons nightly to ensure all of your plugins stay up to date! It’s that simple, no more compromise between security and site stability.

To learn more, or signup, take a look on our Managed WordPress page.

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I am a g33k, Linux blogger, developer, student, and former Tech Writer for Liquidweb.com. My passion for all things tech drives my hunt for all the coolz. I often need a vacation after I get back from vacation....

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