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Run Deployment

InstaWP allows you to ensure that the changes, updates, and new features you added to your template from the GitHub repository are implemented smoothly and effectively without causing disruptions to the website’s functionality by letting you run deployment to newly created template site.

In this document, we will explore the steps to run the deployment that is connected to a template.

Let’s get started 🚀

Step 1: Sign in to your InstaWP account and go to the Template page.

Step 2: Click on the three dots and Enable Deployments option to the corresponding template.

A new modal window will appear, asking you to select the repository you want to deploy when the site is created from the template. For more information, refer to the Connect to template document.

Step 3: Go to your GitHub repo and make Updates/Add features and Commit your changes in the branch. For more information, refer to GitHub Actions.

Step 4: Navigate back to the InstaWP Templates page and click on the add sign to create a template for deployment.

A modal window will appear, asking you to create a site from a temporary or Reserved site.

Then will get a success message “Your new WordPress website is ready!” alongside the website URL and your login credentials.

Once the website is created, you can view your website directly by clicking on the URL.

Note: The user can also directly log into the WordPress-admin panel with Magic login and go to your website to see changes.

💡 Did you know - You can view various types of logs which show logs related to running Commands or Git Deployments of your website. Learn about viewing logs from site tools.

Updated on: 09/04/2024

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