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Wordpress migration tips

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Dec 23, 2017
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#1
WordPress migration is of the most complicated job for newbie due to various technical aspects like migrating your website without hurting your Search Engine Ranking which is actually a difficult job. There are mainly 2 ways to migrate your site using a WordPress migration plugin, second manually migrating your files from one host to another which is actually not recommended method for newbie.
 
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Jul 15, 2016
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Well, if the hosting is the same, then the moving is incredibly easy. In fact, I've had no problems, while with XenForo and MyBB there has been massive ones. Anyway, I didn't see the need for a plug-in with WordPress. It was all about simply resetting the info first, and then moving the files.
 
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Jun 29, 2020
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London
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You can easily migrate your WordPress to another domain by following these basic steps:-
  • Login to existing cPanel with valid credentials.
  • Go inside File manage and find the directory where you installed wordpress.
  • Open that directory and copy all the files into a .Zip file.
  • Now Login to your New cPanel and go inside File Manager
  • Upload the .Zip file under public_html
  • Extract the .zip file
 
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#4
Moving a WordPress website from your present hosting to eukhost requires of you to carry out the following set of steps-

1. You need to confirm that you are having access to all the folders where you have stored your files and the databases that have been used by you and how backup is created for the same. It is always better to look for the exact details from your past host.

2. Now download all your website files on your system using an FTP Next upload these files on your newly created account with eUKhost. In case your previous host was using cPanel, then you may need the File Manager tool and then create a zip collection of all your files and transfer these onto eUKhost and extract it there.

3. Now you need to transfer your databases. Create a backup of these databases and then access the phpMyadmin which is readily available on your cPanel. Upload all your WordPress databases and then click on the "Export Tab". Select "SQL" in the default settings. Next, go to "Options" and select “Drop table/view/Procedure/Function”. Use "Save as file" option and then "Go". Create a new database by signing in to your cPanel account with eukhost and then import all the content.

4. Update all your name servers and within a day all your changes will come into effect. You should feel free to reach our customer support team for any issues.
 
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