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if you have installed on your servers (and are familiar with) Git, you should be able to easily accomplish this. I'm currently waiting for VersionPress to be released, but there are other plugins that can do this; should also be able to be done manually. I've not done this, but thought it might point you in the right direction.
If you've uploaded all the Wordpress files, then it appears your web site isn't setup to process .php files. Ask your web host to enable PHP for your site. It would appear you've uploaded the files, as I see http://np-environmental.com/newsite/license.txt and /readme.html, and looking deeper /newsite/wp-admin/css/about.css Assuming the Windows server has ...
For the specific settings you are asking about you can hardcode the values into your wp-config.php file(s): define('WP_HOME','http://example.com'); define('WP_SITEURL','http://example.com'); These values will be used and database values will be ignored and not editable in settings. Note that there are plenty more places that might store URLs, such as ...
There will not be trailing slash in your code. define( 'WP_HOME', 'http://example.com/blog' ); define( 'WP_SITEURL', 'http://example.com/blog' ); Although changing these values permanently in database is a good idea too. Also visit your permalink settings page and save options again.
make a backup of your SQL database for the site and try running these queries manually on the database through php myadmin. change the URLs to match your site http://example.com/blog As always, be careful when running queries on the database UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = replace(option_value, 'http://www.oldurl', 'http://www.newurl') WHERE ...
On your old site go to Tools > Export in the admin area. You can select what you want to export. In your case "Posts." Click Download Export File On the new site you'll go to: Tools > Import > WordPress You'll have to hit a button to install the core plugin, but you can remove it after the import. Import the file you downloaded from the old ...
this does not work, there is not any related errors in the available logs. I am still stucked in the second step where I should get the 2 radios telling me to choose between subdomains or subfolder config. You can find a print screen of the page here : http://screenpresso.com/=mRIld
You will need to unzip it on your local computer and use an FTP software to upload it to the wp-content/plugins directory.
A blank page usually indicate that you have some php error. You should look at your PHP error log file and try to fix the error if there is one.
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