Git means no more risky updates to your live site, you can work on a new feature or fixes separately to the master version and then merge it in when signed off. This helps protect your website from human error and many problems that can arise from editing your live site directly. It doesn’t matter if you’re only creating a small site or if it’s just you working on it. By using Git you’ll save time and headaches, making you more efficient and less error-prone in the process.
In the below infographic you’ll learn more about what git is and why you should use it. We’ll also talk about git workflows, tools and hosts. If you have anything to add or have any questions please join the conversation via the comments section. We look forward to discussing Git and WordPress with you.
Why Git Is Really Important For Your WordPress Site (Infographic)
When I first started out in the world of WordPress I was hired by a digital marketing agency. Their team consisted of a handful of developers that focused on building websites. On my very first day I was introduced to Git and since then I haven’t looked back.