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Posts Tagged ‘Move’

How to Move WordPress from a Subdirectory to Root and Vice-Versa

January 11th, 2009 126 comments

Note: Before attempting any of these techniques, but sure to take a backup of your database and store it in a safe place–just in-case of disaster 😉 Also, I do not attempt to address issues with any custom entries in .httaccess that you may have on your site.

How to move WordPress from Your URL Root Directory to a Subdirectory

How to Move WordPress from a Subdirectory to the Root URL of Your Site

The Difference Between “Fixing” and “Patching”

January 7th, 2009 31 comments

Have you changed your blog url or home in Settings/General and it no longer works?

Are you moving your blog to a new server/web-address?

If you answer “Yes” to either of those questions, then you need to know the difference between patching your blog to get it working and fixing your blog so that it continues to work.

How to Move WordPress to a Different Server and Web Address

January 4th, 2009 116 comments

How to Move Your WordPress Blog to a Different Server and Web Address — Part 1 of 2

How to Move Your WordPress Blog to a Different Server and Web Address — Part 2 of 2