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Try using the 10up/MU-Migration command: https://github.com/10up/MU-Migration
If your multi-site install only has a small number of subsites, you might find it easier to just use the export and import tools from the administration area. For each site in the multi site install, you can download an export file that contains blog posts, pages, users, comments etc. Then you can import all these into the same single site. Might be easier ...
I had to code an external program, I can't see any other way. I used Java JDBC in my case. Query: SELECT p.post_title, m.meta_value FROM wp_term_taxonomy tt INNER JOIN wp_term_relationships tr on tt.term_taxonomy_id = tr.term_taxonomy_id inner join wp_posts p on p.ID = tr.object_id inner join wp_posts p2 on p.ID = p2.post_parent inner join wp_postmeta m on ...
The most common problem comes from changing the URL of your site. WordPress (and plugins like Revolution Slider) stores some data as serialized strings. A portion of that would look like s:18:"http://example.com" - an 18 character string. If your site changes to exampletwo.com, it would have to be updated to s:21"http://exampletwo.com". If you don't update ...
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