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How to Create Multiple Websites With the Same Structure and Content

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In this session we discuss how to create multiple websites with the same design and structure in different domains. You can easily do that by using the BackupBuddy Plugin. This is related to a past live answer topic about how to create multiple websites very quickly: A Strategy for Creating Multiple Sites With Similar Structure

Lesson 14 – Part 5 – How to Backup your Site Automatically

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Why We Recommend BackupBuddy Plugin The first part of backing up automatically is having the right plugin for your business/professional services Thesis Theme website. I strongly recommend the BackupBuddy plugin. It is not a free plugin, it does cost you something but it is flawless. It always works, it always restores, I have never had

A Strategy for Creating Multiple Sites With Similar Structure

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In this session, we discuss how you can create multiple sites with similar structure very quickly by using the BackupBuddy Plugin. Rick:  Good morning, Ken. How are you doing? Ken:  Great, Rick. How are you doing? Rick:  I’m doing terrific. So you want to create a new site. Ken:  Correct. Rick:  And how similar is

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 9 – Q and A

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This is the last part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we take on questions about the website transfer tutorial. Rick: So now what I’m going to is just open it up to questions because excerpting for a moment the fact

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 8 – Search and Replace Old URLs

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This is the eighth part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we use the Search and Replace plugin that will check existing hard coded URLs and replace them with new URL. This is a cool and powerful tool, yet dangerous so

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 7 – Check Site Functionality

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This is the seventh part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we check the functionality of the website by going to a different page of the live website and logging in to the admin dashboard. Okay so it looks like it’s

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 6 – Run the ImportBuddy Script

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This is the sixth part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we run importbuddy.php to migrate the development site to the live server. We go through a step by step process on how to do that. It’s important that you have

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 5 – Upload Copy to the Site

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This is the fifth part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we upload the backup file and the importbuddy script to the live server via FTP Client. We also explain how to get your FTP information in Go Daddy. Rick: I’m

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 4 – Create a Blank Database on the Live Server

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This is the forth part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we create a new database in Go Daddy hosting for the live server. The development server is hosted in BlueHost and the live server will be hosted in Go Daddy.

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 3 – Copy the Site with BackupBuddy

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This is the third part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we do a full-backup using BackupBuddy and download it along with the importbuddy script which we will need for the transfer. And for backup and restore, you have a database

How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server – Part 2 – Install Backup Buddy

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This is the second part of How to Transfer a WordPress Site from a Development Server To a Live Server tutorial series. In this session we show how to install and activate BackupBuddy for your WordPress Site. We also discuss the different parts of this tool and how to use it properly. So that’s what

Community Library Website Case Study – Part 10a – Restore the Database Using BackupBuddy

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This is the tenth in a series of live lessons on using WordPress and Thesis as a Content Management System (CMS). One of the large tasks is importing existing data into the WordPress database. A crucial part of testing that import is restoring the database when the import doesn’t work properly. In this video tutorial

I can’t find the import buddy file from BackupBuddy when at the new site

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In this case, the problem is that the new site already has WordPress installed.  This means that the index.php file is firing first and then WordPress is looking for a page to load so it is ignoring the importbuddy.php file.  There are a couple of solutions, one of which is to delete all those files

BackupBuddy Demonstration

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Watch along with me as I go through the process from start to finish using BackupBuddy to create an exact copy of an existing WordPress website. [S3VIDEO file='public/liveanswers/LA12-20-10b-backupbuddy-demonstration.mp4' bgimage='https://www.byobwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/LA12-20-10b-backupbuddy-demonstration.jpg' displaymode='overlay'] Sandy: Well I’m in the middle of transferring all my sites to a new hosting company and I am just having a couple of problems

How do you Transfer a Website to a Client?

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Transferring a completed site to the client requires just one tool: BackupBuddy. This tool allows you to make a full copy of the site, download it to your computer and then upload it to the client’s site.  When you run the import part of the software on the client’s site it unpacks the files, writes

Does the EZ Backup Plugin Backup Addon Domains

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This member is using the EZ Backup Plugin to backup here WordPress website and asks if it will automatically backup her other "add on" domains. I discuss this as well as other backup solutions such as Backup Buddy and the new WordPress.com real time backup service called "Vault". [S3VIDEO file='public/liveanswers/LA12-06-10b-ezbackup-addon-domains.mp4' bgimage='https://www.byobwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/LA12-06-10b-ezbackup-addon-domains.jpg' displaymode='overlay'] Sandy: Can I