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    Moving WordPress website from one hosting provider to another.

    Please visit our website link to know wordpress website moving one hosting provider to another. Hope this blog may help you in future.

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    The great thing about WordPress is that it is so easy to use. If you have read our previous article, Start Your Work-From-Home Website With WordPress, you'll already know how to install WordPress, find a great theme and create a range of pages and posts.

    But the simplicity of WordPress hides an advanced system that, with a little bit of extra knowledge, can be made to do incredible things. Just looking at a few of the websites that are powered by WordPress as a content management system (CMS) says it all - WordPress makes building a site easier, but never limits what you can do.

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    The great thing about WordPress is that it is so easy to use. If you have read our previous article, Start Your Work-From-Home Website With WordPress, you'll already know how to install WordPress, find a great theme and create a range of pages and posts.

    But the simplicity of WordPress hides an advanced system that, with a little bit of extra knowledge, can be made to do incredible things. Just looking at a few of the websites that are powered by WordPress as a content management system (CMS) says it all - WordPress makes building a site easier, but never limits what you can do.

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    Word press is the important tool to use. And word press will help you to create the websites as you can.

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    Let's run through the steps required to move your WordPress website to a new host.
    Step 1: Back Up Your Website's Files. ...
    Step 2: Export The WordPress Database. ...
    Step 3: Create The WordPress Database On Your New Host Server. ...
    Step 4: Edit the wp-config.php File. ...
    Step 5: Import Your Database.

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    You can find a step-by-step instruction with images in google. This is not problem.
    Last edited by kaufenpreis; 11-23-2016 at 07:39 AM.

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    solution

    If you face any issue with migration then simply contact your hosting provider and ask them to migrate the hosting account for you, now a days all hosting provider help to resolve migration related issue. If your host don't provide you any help then simply its time for a change.
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    You can ask migration providers to help you, such as WooCommerce migration tools which can help you a lot to move data.

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    Moving your site to a new web host is a time consuming process. It is important that you choose your WordPress hosting provider carefully.

    If you are looking for a shared hosting provider, then we recommend you to go with Bluehost. They are one of the official WordPress hosting providers. Not to mention with our Bluehost coupon, WPBeginner users get 50% off and a free domain name.

    If you’re looking for cloud hosting or location specific providers, then we recommend you to check out Siteground. They have data centers across 3 different continents.

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    If there is an existing website in the root directory, remove it. It may be another WordPress installation or it may be a static website.

    If it’s a WordPress website, make a backup as detailed above, and then delete all of the WordPress files in the root

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    The first thing you'll want to do is evaluate your site. You'll want to find out where in your previous host which folder your website files are stored. You will also want to find out if you are using any databases, and if so, how you can obtain a backup of them. It is best to contact your current hosting company to obtain this information as it does vary from web host to web host.

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    Moving your site to a new web host is a time consuming process. It is important that you choose your WordPress hosting provider carefully.

    If you are looking for a shared hosting provider, then we recommend you to go with Bluehost. They are one of the official WordPress hosting providers. Not to mention with our Bluehost coupon, WPBeginner users get 50% off and a free domain name.

    If you’re looking for cloud hosting or location specific providers, then we recommend you to check out Siteground. They have data centers across 3 different continents.

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