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Initial wordpress deploy via git

Currently, I've got my local machine setup and pushing to staging via git. There are cases where I upload images locally to test admin page interaction. In my .gitignore file I'm ignoring ...
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Deploying to Multiple Servers with WP Stack

I'd like to start using Git as a VCS for our website, and after doing some research, I've decided that Wordpress-Skeleton & WP_Stack would accomplish everything. However, we have 3 servers that ...
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Workflow for working with git and WordPress

As my site becomes more important to my business, I want to have better version control so I can look up past changes and backup my code. I keep seeing people talking about having their entire site in ...
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WordPress and Git Workflow

I know this question has been asked a thousand times, but I'm really trying to work out how to get the best out of Git when working with WordPress. I've scoured the web and read dozens of articles, ...
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Is Git/GitHub a good WordPress deployment solution?

I'm currently developing my WordPress locally, committing my code to GitHub with Git and then SSHing into my server and doing a "git pull" to update my code. Is this a good option for code deployment ...
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Deploying Updated or New Plugins That Modify the wp_options Table

I have a WordPress site under local version control with Git. I deploy it to the production server using Capistrano. For the initial deployment, I manually import the SQL database to the production ...
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Git beginner: Keeping track of on-server changes

So I'm starting to get to grips with Git (never used any VCS before). Some Git users tell me to only push to production server and never pull from it to my local dev server. That leaves me with this ...