Greetings. I plan to purchase ‘Pinegrow Pro with Interactions and WordPress’ and appreciate your feedback on the following. Presently, I use SiteGround for web hosting, and I have a staging environment set for my web site. I’ve gone through the several Pinegrow tutorials available and seek clarification.
However, it is my understanding that I first need to mirror my web site (staged site in this case) locally with WAMP, XAMP, Flywheel, etc. Essentially, the workflow requires mirroring the web site, making changes using Pinegrow, which then allows you to save your changes to a locally hosted version of the (staged) web site, and, lastly, exporting the local version back to the remotely host web site.
With WordPress, this additionally requires pulling down the WordPress site’s database. Is there a way around having to mirror the web site locally? I ask this because I use a certain WordPress plugin that allows only one additional staging license. This plugin is critical to my web site’s operational purpose, but I may be unable to activate two concurrent staging environment licenses. I suppose I can always deactivate it on one of the staging environments, but activating/deactivating the plugin across staging environments is not an optimal solution.
I appreciate your feedback. Thank you.