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  • Setting Up a Git Repository for Automatic Deployments

    When automatically deploying your WordPress site from version control, you'll want to make sure that your repository is configured correctly. Since your configuration will deploy based on how your source is set up, incorrectly setting up your repository can lead to data loss. In this article, we'...

  • Automatically Deploying your WordPress Sites From Version Control

    Using a version control system like GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket to maintain changes to your site is widely viewed as a best practice. It ensures that everyone on your team can easily track each change made, and even roll back those changes if needed. In addition to maintaining your WordPress sit...

  • Automatically Deploying Your WordPress Site with GitLab CI

    Keeping your site's code inside a git repository like GitLab is a great way to keep track of the changes as they happen. Adding automatic deployments to the mix ensures that when those changes occur, they're automatically pushed to your live site. In this article, we'll show you how to automatica...

  • Automatically Deploying Your WordPress Site with GitHub Actions

    Keeping your code inside a version control system like GitHub and automatically deploying changes is widely known as the best way to maintain a stable site. Because of this, we've made it easy to integrate your WordPress site with GitHub Actions. In this article, we'll show you how to integrate y...

  • Pagely Deployment Docker Image Reference

    Pagely offers an easy-to-use Docker container for deploying from your preferred CI/CD tool. This article serves as a reference for reviewing the available variables. Note: If you're looking for a tutorial on how to set up automatic deployments, please see our documentation on automatically deploy...

  • Automatically Deploying Your WordPress Site with Bitbucket Pipelines

    It's a great practice to use a version control system to automatically deploy your WordPress site when changes occur. Automatically deploying from version control makes sure that your code is always up to date with the latest changes and avoids the potential issues caused by manually uploading fi...

  • Creating a New Integration in Atomic

    From inside Pagely's Atomic control panel, you can easily integrate with other 3rd-party services. These integrations allow you to accomplish actions from outside of your Pagely environment, such as automatically deploying your WordPress site from version control. In this article, we'll show you ...

  • Using Webhooks to Automatically Deploy WordPress Sites From Bitbucket

    It's a widely known best practice to keep all of your website's code within a version control system, such as Bitbucket. How how do you ensure that your site is always up to date with what's in version control? That's where automatic deployments come in handy. In this article, we'll show you how ...

  • Using Webhooks to Automatically Deploy WordPress Sites From GitLab

    Automatic deployments help you keep your WordPress site's code inside GitLab, without the need to manually update any files on your server. If you need to make changes to any environment, all you'll need to do is push to whatever branch you've set up to deploy from. In this article, we'll show yo...

  • Using Webhooks to Automatically Deploy WordPress Sites From GitHub

    There's no doubt that using version control to maintain updates to your WordPress site is a great idea. In this article, we'll show you how to configure your GitHub repository to automatically deploy changes to your WordPress site at Pagely. Important: This is an alternate deployment method and i...

  • Deploying Changes with Git and DeployBot

    This article walks you step-by-step on how to set up DeployBot with your Pagely services. DeployBot is a tool you can easily utilize with your environments - allowing you to quickly deploy changes made to your Application's code repository.  What You'll Need Access to a Pagely SSH/SFTP A DeployB...

  • Setting up a Git Repository on Pagely for 1-Click Deployment

    Git is one of the best ways to deploy your changes. Since most developers are already committing their code to version control using Git, it’s a seamless way to integrate deployments into an existing workflow. In this article, we’ll show you how to create a Git repository on your server and autom...

  • Deploying your sites with Git + Deploy

    Integrating Deploy for git based deployments is a simple solution for managing responsible WordPress deployments. Before setting this up please make sure you already have an ssh or sftp account that has access to the server.           *VPS You can use your personal user or have us create a spec...