WordPress Hosting Replacement
The backup process is the first step in dedicated hosting. There are many WordPress plugins that you can do with it, but doing it manually is the easiest and safest. , I recommend it.
Download and install the FileZilla application on your computer. Once installed, open the application, enter your email address, username and password and contact the person on your site.
Note: If you do not know my email address, username or password, the easiest way to find out is to ask This information is directly from your owner by creating a support form.
After creating the connection, the Filezilla screen is split in two. To the right is the server where your website was created and to the left of your computer.
Next Select all the files in the public_html file of your WordPress page on the right and start the editing process by saving and downloading your file computer.
After the conversion is complete, all the files on your WordPress site are stored on your computer. This process will take some time depending on the size of your files. Step 2: Create WordPress Backup First, log in to your cPanel and click on phpmyadmin as shown in the image below to access all your data.
After logging in, you must click on the database name where our WordPress website is located on the left side of the screen. Clicking on it opens the screen below. WordPress Site Backup – Click the Extract screen that opens the database. From the screen that opens, select Quick – just show the small settings as the export method and select SQL as the template and click Go. , We upload the MySQL data of our website directly to our computer.
All other options are available for the site storage system except those described above. Or if you want to use WordPress storage software, you can use the BackWPUP tool Step 3: Create a WordPress Database in Your New Conditions. To do this we need to create a repository so that we can download the data we downloaded to our computer in SQL format in step 2 to our new host. MySQL file as shown in the figure below to access the database creation screen.
Add Repository with Cpanel
There are three main steps you need to take after logging in;
1- Open MySQL databases and create new databases and create your own new database (it can be any name)
MySQL databases – Create a database
2 – Create a new MySQL under the MySQL database header from the same page.
Create a MySQL user
3- Add the MySQL user you created for the database you created by selecting an authorization policy.
Connect the database user to the database
After clicking the Add button, you will see a screen similar to the image below. Select “All Permissions” from this screen and complete the process by clicking the “Request Change” button wizard.
Important: Example of the above steps completed in Turhost cPaneli. The quality and aesthetics of cPanel and its features will vary from company to company. Images may be distorted if you use a different view of cPanel. Complete in 3 steps regardless of the image.
If you have not completed the above steps, seek support from the new vendor you purchased and ask them how you can perform these steps or ask them to do it for you. The operation should be finished in 1-2 minutes.
Step 4: Edit the Wp-config.php file
Open the file you saved in step 1 and find the wp .config.php file in them, open it with notepad ++ on your computer (or any editor you use)) and make these changes one at a time.