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An easy way to do this is via a backup plugin which understands + correctly handles WordPress serialized data. I tend to use Duplicator, because... 1) I can set it to use mysqldump, which is faster than php for large tables 2) When I open a support ticket with a problem, the developer add fixes fast. 3) When I open a support ticket with an enhancement ...


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Like Denish said, moving database and theme folder is not enough. You have to move complete wp-content folder since you might not want to lose all the plugins that you have currently. And if you are changing the domain name this thread (www.wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-copy-wordpress-site-to-local-test-server) might help you to move easily. You just ...


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Yes you can. Check out this article from the Codex. If you will be using a new domain the chapter is named Changing Your Domain Name and URLs; if you won't use a new domain name use Keeping Your Domain Name and URLs. Edit: You must use the entire wp-content folder and not only the themes folder. If you use only the themes folder you will lose the files in ...


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Wordpress is a great platform to develop web solutions. However if you consider following points then it would be much better. Reliable DNS Get your wordpress hosting right and use proper caching(WP Super Cache or W3 Total Cache) A clean theme and don't pile up with lots of plugins Disable trackbacks and pingbacks Move CSS to the top,JavaScript to the ...



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