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Local by Flywheel vs Word Pigeon: What are the differences?

Local by Flywheel: A way to develop WordPress locally. It is a free local development environment designed to simplify the workflow of WordPress developers and designers. It makes creating a local WordPress site a light breeze. Any site created with it, will automatically have a self-signed certificate created; Word Pigeon: Export Google Docs to WordPress in Seconds. Instead of copying and pasting from Google Docs to WordPress and losing your images and formatting in the process, it makes it easy to compose your posts in Google Docs and publish to WordPress with your images, links and formatting intact. In a single click. No coding. No changes to your WordPress theme. No crazy code to break your site. Just massively increased productivity and HOURS saved.

Local by Flywheel and Word Pigeon can be categorized as "CMS" tools.

Some of the features offered by Local by Flywheel are:

  • ONE-CLICK WORDPRESS INSTALLATION
  • HASSLE-FREE LOCAL SSL SUPPORT
  • SSH + WP-CLI ACCESS

On the other hand, Word Pigeon provides the following key features:

  • Select to export as a Wordpress Page or a Post
  • Select to export as a Draft or published into your Wordpress blog
  • Choose Tags for the Wordpress post (optional)
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    What is Local by Flywheel?

    It is a free local development environment designed to simplify the workflow of WordPress developers and designers. It makes creating a local WordPress site a light breeze. Any site created with it, will automatically have a self-signed certificate created.

    What is Word Pigeon?

    Instead of copying and pasting from Google Docs to WordPress and losing your images and formatting in the process, it makes it easy to compose your posts in Google Docs and publish to WordPress with your images, links and formatting intact. In a single click. No coding. No changes to your WordPress theme. No crazy code to break your site. Just massively increased productivity and HOURS saved.

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