Migrate Your Site Using cPanel

Migrate Your Site Using cPanel

If you’re moving the WordPress website from a hosting provider that utilizes cPanel, take these steps to include the backup folder:

  1. From cPanel, go into Files and then to the Backup Wizard.
  2. Select Backup– Full Backup. The backup option includes all your personal directory settings, WordPress database, email forwarder configuration, as well as the configuration of your email filter.
  3. Create your preferred backup location. In this guide, we’ll choose Home Directory. Be sure to add your email address to receive an email notification once the backup process has been completed.
  4. Click on Generate Backup to begin the process.

Once you have the backup Zip file, restore it to your newly created hosting account. If the new host is also using cPanel, Follow these steps:

  1. Go through Files and click on the Backup Wizard in the cPanel for the new account.
  2. Select Restore– Home Directory.
  3. Select that backup Zip file you’ve made and click to upload it.

You can also restore backup files by manually uploading your zip file into the root folder of the new host. You can do this using the File Manager feature of your control panel or via an FTP client.

Check that all the website files in the previous hosting host’s public_html folder are transferred into the hosting service’s public_html folder. Be sure to verify the maximum size of your file using the FTP File Manager and FTP client.

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  1. Go through the All-in-One WordPress Migration to export your previous server.
  2. Download cre, ate, and save the .wpress file to your computer.
  3. Log into your FTP client or launch your File Manager for the brand-new hosting service.
  4. Click the Upload button and add the WPRESS file to the public_html/wp-content/ai1wm-backups folder.
  5. On the WordPress admin dashboard on the new server, navigate to the All-in-One WordPress Migration – Backups. There, the .wpressfile should appear.
  6. Click on the Three dots icon and choose Restore.
  7. Click Continue to start your restoration procedure.

The last step in using this plugin will be to save your website’s permalink structure. It is necessary to alter the structure two times to rebuild it. .htaccess configuration. File.

  1. On the WordPress left-hand menu, choose Settings and then Permalinks.
  2. Select a new structure, then save the Changes. If you’re using an existing Custom Structure, copy the structure first.
  3. You can reload your Permalinks settings page and choose your system from the beginning.
  4. Hit Save Changes.

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