A WordPress Developers Dream: DesktopServer

If you are a WordPress developer working on multiple WordPress sites at the same time, you will want to check out DesktopServer. DesktopServer creates multiple “virtual servers” for development sites. This product installs and sets up WordPress sites on your local computer in seconds, creating local development test sites right on your desktop. Access your sites through a browser window.

Watch this video to learn how to install DesktopServer and set up two local WordPress sites within minutes.

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About Carma Leichty

Carma Leichty is a trainer in WordPress and web design. A converted Dreamweaver user, she is crazy about WordPress. She's done websites for the past upteen years and most enjoys helping others promote their Creative Work.

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3 Responses

  1. KnolPad
    KnolPad December 26, 2011 at 09:36 | | Reply

    Its really helpful product for developers having MANY blogs.

    It becomes too hard for managing multiple blogs at the same time.

    I’m gonna say to my friends who are looking for similar software.

    Thanks carma, for this post.


  2. Steve
    Steve August 1, 2012 at 14:19 | | Reply

    DesktopServer now has support for Coda 2 WYSIWYG rendering (in addition to it’s Dreaweaver feature) and mobile device testing:


  3. Carma Leichty
    Carma Leichty August 1, 2012 at 17:00 | | Reply

    Thanks for the update, Steve!

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