Shared hosting to Roots stack: Part 2

Pt. 2 – Install plugins via Composer, migrate data

This is the second in a series of screen-casts that will document the process of moving a WordPress website from a shared hosting provider to a Digital Ocean droplet with Trellis, Bedrock, and Sage, with an SSL from Let’s Encrypt.

In the first screen-cast I setup Trellis & Bedrock.

In this screen-cast I’ll get my theme & plugins installed, deal with a couple of premium plugins, and migrate my data into my development environment.

In part 3 I setup my Digital Ocean droplet, prepare my project, provision the server and deploy the site.

Links:

roots.io/trellis/
roots.io/bedrock/
roots.io/sage/

2 responses to “Shared hosting to Roots stack: Part 2

  1. Hey Jimmy,

    This tutorial series has been really helpful in wrapping my head around some of the more ambiguous sections of the Roots Documentation. I was just wondering if you’d ever considered a text/step by step version? I find myself revisiting this video to make sure I’m doing stuff right sometimes and it would be much faster if I had that.

    If not, would you be offended if I was to create something like that?

  2. Hey Bradley,

    Thanks for your comment and I’m really glad you’ve found the videos helpful. I’m not opposed to doing a text version, it’s just a matter of finding the time. 🙂

    …would you be offended if I was to create something like that?

    Oh man, not at all! I’d be more than happy to link to it from these posts as well.

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