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Menus are included in native WordPress export. It's not too convenient that natively you can't only export menus though. From quick look up there is WordPress Menu Exporter plugin available in official repository for that. Export/import aside there are more options to automate it, such as set up scripts with WP CLI or simply using PHP code to detect empty ...


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url's can be quickly changed from old site to a new site with 'velvet blues update urls'


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Hosing platforms like wpengine (one of the examples) have helpful guide to exporting sites from old server to there server, similarly many other specific WP hosting companies also provide services at some additional cost to migrate/setup your site. But yes as everyone mentioned you would need your DB file (SQL) along with all the other files your previous ...


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just pay him whatever he asked and you avoided paying before and ask him to help you migrate to a new host, or sue his pants off. It is your responsibility as the owner of the site to have a backup and recovery plan to the not unheard of event of malware take over, hardware failure, power down, or personal illness that might happen to your servrers or ...


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It's not junk, but it's not complete. You should also have the database, normally an .sql (can also be zipped). You should buy hosting, change the DNS to point to your new host. Than you want to upload the files he gave you to the new server and import the contents of your old database into the new one. If all goes well, your site will be up and running by ...


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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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