[olug] any WordPress whizzes on board?
justin at hotlinesinc.com
Fri Dec 7 15:27:31 CST 2018
I own https://reiners.tech, feel free to hit me up if you need some help.
I do quite a bit of WordPress, Joomla hosting for businesses, those clever
workarounds work better than many plugins, which can also backfire.
Normally when I install WordPress and move a site, I'll just copy the
apache .conf file, and move the entire webroot to the new server, and
`chown apache:apache /var/www/html` to Apache, and move the DB if need be.
Moving things via command line is not really a clever workaround, it's just
how Linux works. If you use a plugin, you have to rely on it being both
compatible with your version of WordPress, as well as coded right.
Command line works 100% of the time for me. YMMV but I'd love to help if
you need it.
On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 2:53 PM Lou Duchez <lou at paprikash.com> wrote:
> Anyone here do a lot of WordPress migration? In particular, is there
> any way to get WordPress's export / import functionality to migrate not
> only the main copy of an image, but any resized varieties of that
> image? I'm pretty sure I could just zip / unzip the wp-content/uploads
> directory, but I'd rather operate through WordPress than depend upon
> Clever Workarounds. Clever Workarounds have a way of backfiring.
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