How to test my website through my paid provider?

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How to test my website through my paid provider?

I have just finished creating my website and would like to test through my server without publishing but still using my server?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81668

How to test my website through my paid provider?

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Hi Croma.
 
When your site is on the server, your website automatically goes public. But you can block and limit visitor or search engine crawl your web. Here are the options:
 
Don't share your web address to any of your friend. Not to social sharing too
 
To avoid search engine, do not use meta-tag and keyword. In WordPress there's an option on Privacy to block from search engines. 
 
You can add a meta tag after your web ready, 
Remove third party links from your web. Usually from a third party template, plugins, module, etc.
 
Or, if you want to be anonymous, you can try a free host for temporary test your website. After you stratify with your web, now you can publish on your own server. 
 
Don't forget to delete your temporary website too. 🙂

 

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How to test my website through my paid provider?

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If you are building your website and you want to see its preview or see how it looks like, it would depend on the application you are using or hosting provider. One example is Create.net. They offer domain registration and hosting service. Aside from that, they also offer users many different templates that they can use in creating their website.

If you have an account on Create.net, here’s how you can preview your website without actually publishing it. First, log in to your account on Create.net and make any changes you want on your website. When you’re done, save the changes then click “Publish” located on the top menu then select “Preview Your Site”. This should open a new tab on your browser showing the preview of your website.

If you’re on WordPress, you can install AMPPS on your computer and then install WordPress. You can then preview your website locally using AMPPS. For Windows, it supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 2, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10 including Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 or higher, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2.

For Mac, it supports OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion, and 10.8 Mountain Lion. Linux is also supported.

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