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Simplest method to put your website in Maintenance mode, is to create a .maintenance file in your WordPress root folder with following content. <?php $upgrading = time(); ?> Make sure you place this file in same folder as your wp-load.php file. I just said that because in case you have WordPress installed in a sub-folder. Whenever you are ready to ...
I too had the same problem. I think this error is Because of memory limit. So, I have no access to my php.ini file. So I created my own php.ini file with the following in it and added to my wp-admin folder. memory_limit = 128M Its work for me !!
thank you everyone who give their precious time to this question, lastly I solve this problem by myself... I think this error is because of memory limit. And I have no access to my php.ini file. So I created my own php.ini file with the following in it and added to my wp-admin folder. memory_limit = 128M and now its work for me !!
If you really need to do this, then you'll have to delete the existing posts completely - ie 'Bin' them, and then Empty the bin/trash. You'll then be able to import the WXR file via Tools | Import.
When you use the importer it should prompt whether to download any media/attachments it finds in the posts. If you don't say yes, they will not be added to your Media database. To my knowledge, even if you do say yes, Featured Images are not included. It's a very rare instance that I recommend using the built-in importer, and migration from one server to ...
Updating the posts would involve the destruction of data. Making sure you only update the posts that have been updated, with zero accidental clashes were 2 unrelated posts had the same title, or if the post was updated in the import, and on the site, etc etc. It's safer to simply not update, thus ensuring there is never a loss of data. This question ...
I can see both sides of the coin in the situation and they are reasonable. If you are interested in this feature for this plugin and the plugin otherwise meets your needs, I would say re-write the section of the plugin which handles this evaluation and add in the allowance for an optional argument (boolean in this case should be fine) that acts as a flag to ...
For copying a site to a new location. use --add-drop-table during export, if you're importing to an empty database. omit --add-drop-table during export, if you're importing to merge the database. Remember to update wp_options after import each time, since path is different. Also, update the .htaccess file with new path.
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