Sandi Batik leads this month’s Deep Dive Discussion examining the importance of checklists in the design and development of successful WordPress sites. Most Developers have WordPress checklists they use at various stages of a site’s lifecycle. Checklists can help make you more productive and lower stress levels during critical aspects of a site launch or migration. Checklists help dispel the dreaded ‘Hinky Feeling‘ that you might have forgotten an important step in a complex process.
During our deep dive discussion, we shared favorite checklists and talked about how to customize your checklist to match your workflow. As your skill set increases, your Pre-Launch, Launch and Post-Launch, checklists will also evolve — you can add, remove or change any of the items, depending on your workflow or client offerings. Bring your checklists to share and get ready to expand your WordPress toolbox.
WordPress Checklists and Other Tools
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As Sandi is always looking for Best Practices for the various aspects of WordPress site development, She shared a list of checklist that she found were helpful in vetting and improving her Working Checklists.
Remember your checklists have to follow your own workflow. As your tools and practices change so will your checklists.