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The steps to take would be: 1 - Extract files 2 - Create DB and import 3 - modify wp-config.php for database name and user credentials if changed Do not modify db tables to change the site url as they are serialized and this will create more issues than you want to deal with. 4 - Use a script like searchreplacedb.php to search and replace all of the ...


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I used a plugin called Really Simple CSV Importer https://wordpress.org/plugins/really-simple-csv-importer/ and it populated my custom fields that I made in ACF. Download the sample CSV file the plugin dev offers you. You make each header row the field name and import through the WordPress > Tools > Import menu. You have to include a column of post_id ...


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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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You could target admin-post.php to do the processing via the admin_post_$youraction hook: This hook allows you to create custom handlers for your own custom GET and POST requests. The admin_post_ hook follows the format "admin_post_$youraction", where $youraction is your GET or POST request's 'action' parameter. You can output the URL via admin_url( ...


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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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