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I figured out a way to do this. The Duplicator kept throwing up 500 errors, so I scrapped that idea. For migrating the database and theme/plugin folders, I used the All-in-One WP Migration plugin. I then used the built in export and import tools in order to populate the pages and carry across posts. I would recommend using this method for anybody ...


On your current website add Duplicator(a free plugin) and create a new package, that you can use in the new environment. It will give you several options on Storage, Archiving and Installer script.


It appears this was actually a firewall issue, not a permissions issue. Opening up a certain range of IP addresses on UFW via the Wordfence support article fixed the issue. The backupwordpress plugin seemed to work correctly once the DNS was resolved fully as well.


The most efficient way to accomplish this would be to change the structure to /%postname%/ and add a 301 redirect to your .htaccess file for the old structure: RedirectMatch 301 ^/([0-9]{4})/([0-9]{2})/(?!page/)(.+)$ http://example.com/$3 Change example.com to your domain and add the redirect above the # BEGIN WordPress directive so it won't be removed if ...


Go-to settings -> permalink. and than add it like this: %post_name%.

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