If you like managing your repository at Github, you’ll love Pressable’s WordPress hosting!
A while back, I migrated all my WordPress websites from WP Engine to Pressable. One thing I loved was WP Engine’s git deployment feature. I’m pleased to report that I like Pressable’s git feature even more!
The setup is much the same as WP Engine’s: Create a folder structure in the root of your repo with a wp-content folder. Inside that folder, put your “themes” and/or “plugins” folders. Then just go to configure your Pressable website to pull your master branch (or whichever git branch you choose)! That’s it! (Here’s an example Github repo you can use.)
Let me know if this helps you out!
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