It’s easy to just go ahead and update your WordPress website, your theme, and plugin files by yourself. You just hit the “update” button three times and the job is, well… mostly done. You think that.
Everybody thinks that too.
But that’s not where the real challenge lies and where some issues might arise eventually. The “real deal” happens seconds after your updates, when you’ll need to check and test if your website is still working the way you want.
What if you’ve just updated your live site and you broke it? That’s going to be painful! And this is isn’t the worst scenario: what if the website breaks only on certain devices but you don’t realize it because you are viewing it from your desktop? To you everything seemed okay, didn’t it?!
I could go on with other examples, such as:
What if your checkout page is not working on iPhone anymore?
What if your contact form is not working on Safari?
What if your mobile menu is not opening on Android?
What if your product reviews do not show anymore on Firefox?
What if your footer disappears on Edge browser?
The list is almost endless. And you thought it was just