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In this class, we will be walking you through the steps on how to migrate our fictional Wordpress site, my-wordpress-site.com, from HostXYZ to Web Hosting Hub. As we don't want any issues during the migration, we have not updated the namservers for my-wordpress-site.com, so the site is still pointing to the servers at HostXYZ. After we have completed the WordPress Site migration and testing, we'll then update the domain's nameservers and point them to Web Hosting Hub.
Your WordPress database contains all of the content that you've written for your site. phpMyAdmin is an industry standard for managing MySQL database, and as so many hosts provide this tool to their users, we'll show you below how to use it to download a backup of your database.
When you click Go, you will be prompted to download the backup file.
We'll want to import the database we just exported above, but we'll first need to create a blank database. To do so:
Now that we've created a blank database, let's import our WordPress.
Congratulations, you just successfully migrated your WordPress database! Let's move on to our next step, migrating our WordPress application files.
|1.||Migrating your WordPress Site Information|
|2.||How to migrate your WordPress Database|
|3.||How to migrate your WordPress Files|
|4.||WordPress Configuration updates after a Server Move|
|5.||Testing your WordPress Site after Server Migration|
|Email:||support@WebHostingHub.com||Ticket:||Submit a Support Ticket|
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