How To Host Website From Local Server to Live Hosting?

Hello, friends today we are going to talk about another WordPress article. In this article, I am going to tell you how can you host your website from your local hosting computer to a live hosting server. If you are a developer then you all know that before making a live client website. We all need to solve all kinds of errors or problems of the website on our localhost server. And then we have made it live on hosting. Because the client wants some changes some times. So we all need to be prepared for it. So in this article, we are going to learn how to host your website on a live hosting server.

How To Host Website From Local Server to Live Hosting?

As a developer, we develop different kinds of websites every time according to the demand of the client. But sometimes we have to develop a website on our local computer. And which is good when the client wants all types of modification on their website.
There all types of clients with there business model.When then don’t like anything so they want you to modify it. So if your website will host on live server. So you will face lots of issues while fixing bugs. And your site will be down for some reason. In that care, your client will go in huge loss.
So instead of doing this, you all have to work on your local system for any client project. And debug all the errors and take a final review of a website or a project of his website. And then you have to ask is he ready to live there website.
If he says yes to you then you can buy a hosting or if you already have to host then make a zip folder of your website and host that file to your hosting. And that’s it friends your website will be live in a few hours.
So that’s it guys I hope you will like this article. If you have any queries or question then you can comment us into the comment section. If you want to read more article then visit our website. You will definitely like those articles.

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