How to Transfer/Migrate an Entire WordPress Site to New Host in 10 minutes – Duplicator Plugin

Moving your WordPress website from one host to another can be an absolute pain in the backside but if you use a WordPress Plugin it can be a walk in the park.

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My weapon of choice is the uber cool Duplicator WordPress Plugin – it’s been around for donkey’s years and just works.

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Check out this tutorial where I migrate an entire website form my local host server to an online server is less than 10 minutes !

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21 Comments on “How to Transfer/Migrate an Entire WordPress Site to New Host in 10 minutes – Duplicator Plugin”

  1. When you started typing in the URL area I left to go download All-in-One WP Migration. Typing info you know that we do not know does not help.

  2. I created website on WordPress without database… I used woocoomerce theme… So now how I will host my website… Live site need the details of database… Please help me.

  3. This is not helpful to me. This involves so many steps, and I am likely to get confused in the process or just make a mistake and end up migrating the website incorrectly to my hosting site. I will try the All-in-One WP Migration plugin being suggested below.

  4. Thanks Jakson, it worked! But, I made one mistake. I wanted to copy a WP site on the same server and I did it. Now when open the original WP site, 404 File not find happen. Is it possible to fix it? I wanted to create two identical WP sites on the server.

  5. so why do you think i know where the ftp address is and all that? how useless. if you're going to make a tutorial you make a comprehensive one with every step, not ASSUMING we know one thing or another. useless.

  6. Regarding the "local host" database input, always check with your Service Provider. I left it as "local host" and could have saved a lot of time troubleshooting should I checked first. Otherwise, thanks for the video mate.

  7. Here, an even easier plugin, only one file, not two. All In One WP Migration.
    And it's easy peasy. Yours was great too, but didn't work for me.

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