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I believe that if you are not going to do a massive sql insert (which I think is likely just as efficient) that you need to go ahead and utilize the plugin api and at the time of the button being pressed, create them. I think it's pretty clear your choice is either to create the widgets on the fly, or to import through an sql insert. ...


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I've got it fixed: I needed to add the wp-load file that contains all the WP-functions include('../../../../../wp-load.php'); global $post; $id = $_GET['id']; $content_post = get_post($id); $content = $content_post->post_content; $content = apply_filters('the_content', $content); $content = str_replace(']]>', ']]>', $content); Now the content ...


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I've been struggling with importing media to wordpress.org from wordpress.com as well. I managed to import all posts however images were still linked to the old site. I was nearly crying as I realised the only solution was to manually download and upload over 200 large images post by post (exporting/importing smaller portions of posts didn't work either). ...


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My best practice to run a production system and keep a development version with a simple and easy configuration. Notice: This works super awesome on small wordpress websites. Create production and development configuration files: wp-config-dev.php (contains local database configuration, site url and debugging) _wp-config-live.php (contains production ...



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