Move The WordPress Site From Localhost To Production

Move The WordPress Site From Localhost To Production

Move The WordPress Site From Localhost To Production

So you have everything ready for launch and your site is sitting on your local computer. You're ready to move WordPress to the "real" server and start publishing.

Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how to export and import your data base, and get WordPress running on the new server. Prepare for the move

Make sure you have your website working perfectly on your local machine.

We are assuming the local environment is either a PC or Mac on which you run a web server (like XAMPP or WAMP) with PHP and a MySQL database and you have access to phpMyAdmin on localhost.

Your destination server needs Apache or IIS,

Have these access details handy:

Be sure you have your chosen URL and pointed to your production server.

  • FTP details - Hostname, username, password
  • access to phpMyAdmin on local host
  • access to phpMyAdmin on the destination server name on destination server

Database Information on destination server:

database database user name (User must have full permissions) / strong> Search and replace http: // localhost / yoursite with Export your local WordPress database to a text file.

Step 1: Change the URL

The easy way to do this is to go to Settings & gt; General and change the WordPress URL (URL) to Or if it'sgoing to be in a subdirectory -

Save the changes.

Move The WordPress Site From Localhost To Production

THIS WILL GIVE YOU AN ERROR MESSAGE - but you can ignore it for now.

After you change the URL, if you try to visit your localhost

h3> Step 2: Go to phpMyAdmin

Depending on what local version you are using, find phpMyAdmin and open it. Here we are using XAMPP and you can get to the XAMPP menu by typing http: // localhost in your browser address bar. In your phpMyAdmin control panel, select the correct database from your list of databases on the


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