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You can follow the Wordpress docs and leave Wordpress in a directory but have it appear to be in root. See http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory#Using_a_pre-existing_subdirecto …
answered Oct 2 '12 by markratledge
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The same WordPress Codex has a page for backing up your database with phpmyadmin; see http://codex.wordpress.org/Backing_Up_Your_Database You must export and import the database itself - and not do a …
answered Sep 8 '12 by markratledge
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CDNs work best when the objects - images, scripts - are hosted on a completely different server. Hosting a CDN on the same box that holds your web site defeats the purpose, as the processor, RAM and …
answered Mar 28 '12 by markratledge
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these services really do, other than it's supposed to be "better" to host externally... Then why bother with a CDN right now and all of the image hosting options you describe? Get a good web host … in terms of network capacity. All free image hosting - like Flickr, Picasa, etc. - can be a CDN for images, but they have APIs you will have to work with. But keeping it simple is the best idea for usage and reliability. …
answered Jan 3 '14 by markratledge