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Posts Tagged ‘Bigdump’

Outline & Tools Used in Louisville WordCamp Presentation

December 4th, 2010 3 comments

Outline of my presentations at WordCamp Louisville:

WP  Basic Installation and Setup:

  • Install in subdirectory
  • Install in root
  • Install multiple copies
    • Using single database
    • Using different databases
    • Mention setting up a networking
  • Install local copy for offline testing/development

Moving WP From One Host to Another:

  • Move WP maintaining same url
  • Move WP changing the url
  • Move WP subdirectory to root & vice-versa
  • Copy WP from hosting account to local computer

Tools used in presentations:

WinSCP: A simple ftp client I use in conjunction with hosting control panels such as Cpanel.

How to Import a Large WordPress Database — An Alternative to phpMyAdmin

January 26th, 2009 36 comments

IMPORTANT MESSAGE: If you use the Bigdump script I illustrate below, after you are done importing your database, be sure to delete the Bigdump directory. If you leave it in place, then anyone who stumbles across it could destroy your database. So, once you are done, remove it from your server and then if you need to use it again in the future, just upload it when you need it…removing it when you are done with it.
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