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WordPress has a perfect wrapper for HTML > Theme conversion: The theme itself. All information can be found in the Codex page. It is enough to add a folder to your wp-content/themes directory (or whatever directory you registered in addition to that), and add the following files functions.php style.css index.php header.php to your custom themename ...


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THE SHORT Export sudo mysqldump -u root -pPASSWORD DBNAME > filename.sql Import wp db import filename.sql THE LONG So this turns out to be very painless. The server dump is exactly what WP-CLI needs to import. REMOTE sudo mkdir backup Make a directory for the file. sudo chown -f -R ec2-user:group backup Set permissions to the directory ...


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One of the hard requirements of WordPress theme is presence of style.css file with a header. It doesn't go beyond file being present or even used at all, it can be otherwise empty. The CSS itself has no requirements on WP side and falls under generic web development.


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It can be done and you can do a quick (relatively) job or take more time on a better site->WP conversion. I'm going to assume that you can write a theme, or this post will turn into a whole book. If not their are many guides online & in print and you don't need to become a full theme expert to get this conversion started. And we can fine tune my ...


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You can try my favourite import/export plugin WP All Import and WP All Export http://www.wpallimport.com / http://www.wpallimport.com/export/ Or User Meta Pro http://user-meta.com/documentation/export-import/ You can use WP-CLI for an import too... wp user import-csv /path/to/users.csv http://wp-cli.org/commands/user/import-csv/


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rawurldecode fixes the issue. $src = media_sideload_image(rawurldecode($url), $post_id, $desc, $return);


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Ok, the first-thing I wanted to double-check is that rather than make any modifications to parent PHP, you simply create one with a duplicate name in the child directory which completely overrides the parent file? No. You don't create a theme with the same name. You create a theme with whatever name you choose and provide the appropriate header in ...


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The WP importer should do the job for you. You may need to install it first. Backup. Backup. Backup. Then, from your current single site: Tools > Export > All Content > Download Then from the new location on your multi-site, Tools > Import > locate the export file and adjust options to your needs. Note - you will need to still take care of settings ...


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I have no privileges to comment so just providing links here in answer, may this helps you: Tutorial part 1 Tutorial Part 2 Similar question: How to Create Export/Import Functionality for Plugin Thanks!



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