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You can edit the wp-config.php file. Here is the codex article. You just need to edit the db user and database. define( 'DB_NAME', 'MyDatabaseNameofSubDomain' ); define( 'DB_USER', 'MyUserNameofSubDomain' ); Although I am not sure that you've meant: subfolder networks I mean the one is a domain and the other is a subdomain. Subfolder is ...


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WordPress works a lot of magic with URL structure. At a minimum, you'll need to do the following to get it working on a different domain... Update your domain in admin (Settings > General) or add the following to your wp-config.php file to automatically set use the current domain... define( 'WP_SITEURL', 'http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] ); define( ...


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Local development is an option, as others have pointed out. However, I personally prefer working online, so that I can immediately test real use cases. If your budget permits, you can set up a staging domain name. Here you can build the site as if you intended it to be live on that address. Using a combination of WordPress' privacy settings and a robots.txt ...


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Of course you can. First you need to install a local server. Here are some choices: Wamp Xampp VVV USB Web Server Cloud9 After you create your website all you have to do is to transfer it to your new domain name. There are numerous backup plugins that can do the job. Here is an article that cover some of them. Of course you can migrate it yourself. Here ...


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Once you've read the above page + do some testing you will hit the WordPress serialized data problem. The above page does list wp-cli, which I use extensively + likely is overkill for what you're trying to accomplish. Try using the WordPress Duplicator Backup Plugin as it just works + is free + is fast (if you set use mysqldump in settings). The Duplicator ...


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For doing that you have to change Site Address in General settings, for the new domain set domain destination to point the directory where wordpress is installed and make sure you change hard coded url to point them to the new domain. For more info please read Changing The Site Url >> WordPress Codex



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