To ensure the user experience isn't disrupted by an update gone wrong, you need to never ever test updates on a live site. Following this basic guideline will save you a horrible great deal of headaches over time.
2. Use WP Safe Updates to Test Plugin Updates.
Because of the myriad combinations of designers, version compatibilities, and quality control, plugins are frequently the source of update conflicts.
Luckily, developer Antti Kuosmanen has actually created a new plugin called WP Safe Upgrades that lets you test plugin updates in a 'sandbox' environment. This allows you to identify prospective update disputes before they have the opportunity to be a concern on your live website.
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