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Backing Up Your Database

Backing Up Your Database
Languages: English • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • Русский • ไทย • 中文(简体) • (Add your language) It is strongly recommended that you backup your database at regular intervals and before an upgrade. Restoring your database from backup is then possible if something goes wrong. Backup using cPanel X cPanel is a popular control panel used by many web host. The backup feature can be used to backup your MySql database. There is no need to unzip this file to restore it. Using phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin is the name of the program used to manipulate your database. Information below has been tried and tested using phpMyAdmin versions 2.5.3, 2.5.7-pl1, and 2.6.1-pl3 running on Unix. Detailed options are listed below, though in most cases you will be fine with the default export options. Backup Process with phpMyAdmin Log into phpMyAdmin on your serverFrom the main login screen, select 'Databases' (You may not need to do this step) The next screen will show you all the tables inside your WordPress database. 1. 2.

How to do a full WordPress backup and restore Update: I recommend using ManageWP to easily backup/restore/migrate your WordPress sites. WordPress is modular but yet very coherent in nature and doing a full backup is not difficult when you know what that you need to backup. WordPress site consists of several components: WordPress code (which you can always get from WordPress.org - or you can use Fantastico/CPanel WP installation)wp-config.php (this file holds your database connection information, it is automatically created if you use Fantastico).htaccess (in most cases you can regenerate it from WordPress admin)wp-content folder (contains your images, attachments, themes and plugins)Database (contains WordPress settings and posts) Basically since you can always get WordPress code you just need to backup remaining four things. You can even live without wp-config.php if you have the database backup, as you can always make new database and create new wp-config.php. Backup This concludes your backup. Restoring the backup Database wp-content

Moving WordPress WordPress.org Codex Codex tools: Log in Interested in functions, hooks, classes, or methods? Check out the new WordPress Code Reference! Moving WordPress Languages: English • WordPress 日本語 Français • Nederlands • Português do Brasil • Русский • Slovenčina • 中文(简体) • (Add your language) This page was moved to except above language locator. Retrieved from " Codex Resources Code is Poetry. How To: Move Your WordPress Blog to a New Domain Last Friday I announced that our site has moved from Hack WordPress.com to where we are now, at WPHacks.com. Towards the end of the post we got a lot of positive feedback from people wanting to know what all was involved with the process, so I’ve decided to attempt to document it here. Here are the initial steps you’ll want to take when moving to a new domain name. Existing Domain: Export Your WordPress Posts – You can find the Export option under the Manage tab in your WordPress dashboard. New Domain: Install WordPress on the New Domain – This can be done manually or via Fantastico if you have CPanel.Upload Your wp-content Folder – This requires FTP access to complete. Domain Move Troubleshooting: For some reason, since WordPress 2.5, the export/import feature of WordPress works great but sometimes causes problems with an unresponsive script error whenever you access the Write panel. Any questions?

Step-By-Step Guide — Moving A WordPress Website Without Hassle Advertisement Moving WordPress is a task that many people find daunting. The advice on the Codex, while comprehensive, gives you a myriad of options and doesn’t describe the process simply and in one place. When I had to move a WordPress installation for the first time, I spent hours searching online for information on the various aspects of the process, and eventually wrote myself a checklist — which I still use. So to save you the hassle, here’s a step-by-step guide to moving a WordPress website. Moving a website from a subdirectory of a domain to the root directory (for example, if you’ve been using a subdirectory for development while not affecting an existing website that’s in the root);Moving a website from a local installation to a remote installation; andMoving a website between domains or hosts. Before You Start Before you start any of these methods, make a backup of your website: You can back up the database using one of a number of tools: Beware! 1. 2. Larger version. 3. 4. 5. 1.

How To Move A WordPress Blog or Website For those of us who host our own blog or website, it is inevitable that it will have to be moved. First, you might need to move your blog if you are switching your web host. And second, you might also need to ‘move’ your website if you are transferring it to a new domain, new directory, or creating an alternate version on a local server. Use the links below to navigate to the appropriate set of instructions. ⇒ Move WordPress to a New Hosting Package ⇒ Move WordPress to a New Directory ⇒ Move WordPress to a New Domain Move WordPress to a New Hosting Package Believe it or not, this is the easiest type of move. Method 1: Use WordPress’ Built-In Import WordPress features a built-in import to facilitate the process of moving content from one blog to another. Create an export file. Method 2: Work Directly With The Database Sometimes, due to web hosting restrictions, or based on the size of your export file, Method 1 will not work so well. Create a database dump or database export file. New Domain

How To Move WordPress from Local Server to Live Site How to troubleshoot Wordpress “White Screen” of Death. | Jared Heinrichs Date Posted: Jun 20, 2009 Author: Jared Heinrichs Posted in Wordpress. This post will help you figure out how to resolve the WordPress “White Screen” of death and countless hours of frustration. Very much like the “Blue Screen of Death” that everyone dreads, WordPress can display the “White Screen of Death” or “White Page of Death”. My First WordPress “White Screen” of Death This was caused by me making a copy of a them. Step I took to resolve the WordPress White Screen: Opened a FTP Client like Filezilla.Connected to my Website FTPGo to: <root>WP-Content\Themes\Renamed Theme Directory so there was no “-“ in it. My Second WordPress “White Page” of Death This was cause by my favorite “Contact Us” WordPress plug-in. Steps I took to resolve the WordPress White Page of Death.

Move from WordPress from MAMP to Website in a few easy steps This may seem like a lot, but it is a pretty quick process. A friend of mine asked me how to get one WordPress site onto another site. More specifically how to get WordPress from MAMP to a live site. This is a pretty common issue and something I wish I knew when I first started on WordPress. I did it the long way of copypasta. Things you’ll need: WordPress site built on MAMP or on original host. Click any images to expand and open in new window. Step 1 | Export the Data: This step you want to be in the MAMP or old server WordPress Dashboard. Step 2 | Move Plugin(s) and Theme(s) to the New Host: Open Cyberduck (or your preferred FTP client). Step 3 | Activate Your Theme: This and the remaining steps you should be in the WordPress Dashboard on the new host. Step 4 | Activate All of Your Plugins: Most of this should be familiar to you again. Step 5 | Import Data: As with Export, you will need to expose the Tools menu, but this time click Import.

Jason Bobich | Moving WordPress to a new server For awhile now, WordPress has been my favorite option for providing clients with a Content Management System. And since the release WordPress 3, it’s become the easiest sale on the planet. After showing them a demonstration, 75% of the time, the client loves it, and it persuades them to pay double the price they would have paid for a generic ol’ static website. It’s amazing how much WordPress 3’s menu builder has had such an impact on the entire software and the overall presentation of it. So, needless to say, I’ve been churning out a lot of WordPress sites recently at the agency. In this post, I’m going to talk about that last step you take in delivering your shiny, new WordPress site to your client filled with all of their content. Generally, you’re not going to build the website on your client’s live domain. In creating all of these sites, it’s absolutely crucial to be transferring WordPress correctly. The Quick Version The Long Version Update: August 14, 2012 Click the Import tab.

How To Recover Wordpress After URL Address Change in Settings 17+ Resources for Churches Using WordPress Since more than 15% of the web is powered by WordPress, itís not surprising that many churches are utilizing it. Here’s a collection of great resources for churches using WordPress: WordPress Themes for Churches WP for Church WP for Church began to offer responsive church themes this summer. Church Themer After launching in February of last year, Church Themer has released four themes. Theme Loom As the oldest church theme provider, Theme Loom has 8 themes available. Church Themes Churchthemes.net has four different church themes available for free. Theme Forest There are quite a few church themes now available on Theme Forest. Risen Light of Peace Gospel Rebirth Born WordPress Plugins for Churches Sermon Manager Sermon Manager lets you organize audio or video sermons by speaker, series, and topic. Sermon Browser Sermon Browser is the first plugin to manage sermons for churches. Church Pack (Free & Pro) Spiritual Gifts Survey church_admin PrayBox Other Resources Gallery of Churches Using WordPress

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