How do I use my website's staging environment to test changes before pushing a change live?
Test out changes to your website using your staging environment. This is also sometimes referred to as stage. It's an ideal way to determine what impact a change will have on your website.
ePublishing users, for example, will often use their staging environments to test out new content in editorial content areas or create test landing pages. Changes to your website can sometimes have unintended consequences. Using the staging environment is a safer way to test those out before publishing them live.
If staging is red then it is the current mode you are in.
To view your changes on stage, you will also need the URL and password to access the stage version of the front end of your website.
Your dashboard in stage will look the same as the dashboard you are used to working in on your live website.
Find the area you want to update. Make changes and then view on the stage version of the front end of your website.