I see Enhance is currently very WordPress orientated but some things just don't seem right - for now.
Cloning/Staging websites should update WordPress URLs.
Non-technical users have no way of logging in to /wp-admin as it redirects back to the original domain.
You should be able to create a staging website directly from a website's profile, an option under 'developer tools' or from the toolkit would make more sense.
SSO should not require a plugin i.e WP CLI Login Command Server
Now, this is one of the features that I feel adds no real value to end users and will most likely cause confusion due to the way it tracks hits etc. Perhaps replace these metrics with system stats such as File Usage, Disk Usage, DB Usage, CPU Usage, RAM usage etc.
Other than that, loving it and I can't wait to see Redis.
I have not tried cloning on Enhance yet but the WP CLI can handle this:
wp search-replace 'olddomain.com' 'newdomain.com' --all-tables
This will search for olddomain.com in all tables (not just WP tables) and replace it with newdomain.com
ss88us it’s not a problem for us, I am looking at it from a non-technical user’s point of view.
bert Then my snippet should help someone in future.
It wouldn't be to hard for Enhance to use WP CLI as mentioned by @ss88us. I've used this in bash to change MyISAM to InnoDB and update tables.
It also would not be hard to add two lines to the wp-config.php when creating a staging site:
digitalexpanse I am taking about end users (the customer) with no experience.
@bert You are right, this would be extremely good for customers.