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What if you installed WordPress® in the wrong directory? Don’t worry — it happens all the time. If you installed it through your hosting account’s control panel, moving it to the correct location is pretty simple.
If you’re working with a fresh installation of WordPress — and you haven’t added any [...]
If you need to move a WordPress blog that includes themes, posts, pages, comments, custom fields, categories, and tags, check out this article. These steps do not move plug-ins, though.
Changing your WordPress site’s domain name can be more complicated than just modifying the setting in your WordPress admin panel.
Morrissey said, “I’ve seen it happen in other people’s lives and now it’s happening in mine.” I don’t think he could have imagined that line would get appropriated to talk about WordPress® security.
When you install a plugin on your WordPress® site, you get the good with the bad — along [...]
Article explains how to migrate your shared hosting account to your new virtual dedicated or dedicated server using Plesk Panel.
There are different ways to move your WordPress® blog between servers. You should only use this method if you want to change the domain name your WordPress blog is hosted on.
You need an SSL certificate installed and set up on your shared hosting account before proceeding with the WordPress® installation. If you don’t have an SSL, we can help. For more information, click here.
To enable WordPress and SSL, you need to edit your wp-config.php file. You can [...]
If you need to move a WordPress blog that includes themes, posts, pages, comments, plug-ins, custom fields, categories, and tags, check out this article.
If you have problems viewing your WordPress site after moving it, we might be able to help you get your site up and running again.
Think of your website like an apartment; it requires maintenance. You don’t just move your stuff in and never touch it again. You have to regularly keep things in order, otherwise entropy comes in and mucks everything up.
If you let it get bad enough, it affects your neighbors, too. Badly. [...]