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					  How To Transfer A
Site To Another Server
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Hello everyone i’m going to teach you on how you can
 transfer your site to another server or another place in
your server.
Okay for example we are going to transfer site A to site B
1. Copy the wp-content folder of site A. So using your
FTP client as for me I use filezilla in transferring my files
you can use any FTP client available out there but I
highly suggest you guys use Filezilla its free and its good.
Here are the things that you need.
       FTP Server
       FTP Username
       FTP Password
If you don’t have one you can create your own FTP
account or you can ask your server’s tech support on how
to do this or contact me here. Now if you have those
information we are now going to connect to your server
and you will be redirected to the root file and go to htdocs
or public_html and once inside locate your wp-content
folder and then download it.
2. Now we have the WP file all we need to do now is
download the database. In checking what is the name of
the database specially when you are installing WP
automatically using your cPanel’s fantastico or one click
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install features then you will have no idea what is the
name of the database you are going to download. So what
you do is inside your WP files locate the wp-config.php
there you will find your database name, database
username and your database password.
Once you have the database name go to phpMyAdmin
and locate that database, click it and then select export. In
doing export the database will be now exported into your
local drive.
3. Now you have your database file and your WP files
What’s Next? Okay your will do the reverse of what you
did from step 1 to 2 instead of downloading you are going
to be uploading those files.
First install WP to the domain name to where you are
going to transfer the site. After the installation connect to
the server using the FTP and once you are there you will
see that there are WP files already inside the domain
name. Now you are going to upload the wp-content folder
you have downloaded to the server. When that is done go
to phpMyAdmin again and locate the database on the
newly created WP site and click on the name of the
database select drop all tables and then import the
database you have downloaded.
4. If all files have been uploaded to the server all we have
to do now is change the site url and home url of the

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database because the site and home url is going to be
pointing to the old site, so you need to place in the correct
Now this is my own way of transferring websites to
another server but there are a several ways in doing this. I
use a tool called WP-twin and it makes transferring the
site faster and easier and there is also backup buddy. So I
suggest these two apps WP-twin and Backup Buddy
If there are steps that are not clear to you and if you have
some additional questions or advice please leave a
comment below.

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Description: For computer related courses and subjects have you ever heard of the name Dennis Ritchie? If you have then I’m very sorry to say this but he died last October 8, 2011 what was even sadder about this is that since few people know him few people really don’t care if this guy dies or something but some of the people look all worried and troubled when Steve Jobs died.