Episode 53 (already?) brings you real life, unscripted, genuinely balanced discussion regarding what works and what doesn’t when migrating your WordPress site.
Is there a best way? Maybe not! It can be scary for sure. ? It might depend on what you are already familiar with… It might depend on the details of the site you’re migrating.
Regardless, you’re sure to get some valuable insight on Divi site migration tips and best practices. We discuss experience with migration options ranging from simple (hosting and plugins) to the manual migrations that help you garner a deeper understanding of your development platform.
Plus “do’s and dont’s” and what to prepare for and expect to happen before, during and after your Divi site migration.
- David Blackmon – Aspen Grove Studios / FB / @aspengrovellc
- Cory Jenkins – Aspen Grove Studios / FB / @aspengrovellc
- Josh Hall – JoshHall.co / FB
- Leslie Bernal – A Girl and Her Mac / FB / @agirlandhermac
- Terry Hale – Mizagorn, Ink / BeSuperfly / FB / @mizagorn
- How to MANUALLY Migrate Your WordPress Site – courtesy of JoshHall.co
- All-in-One WP Migration – highest rated, but not for everyone.
- BackupBuddy – no freebie, but from iThemes.. a severely reputable WordPress company.
- UpdraftPlus – the migration tool is an inexpensive add-on to a free, awesome plugin that most already have in their repo.
- JetPack – you already either love it or hate it. No matter what, this is a powerful tool with lots of punch in many arenas.
- Limit Post Revisions – a sweet but simple way to Jenny Craig your database.
- RIOT (Radical Image Optimization Tool) – a true developer favorite.
- Site hosts that provide free site migrations – InMotion, GoDaddy, SiteGround (add yours in the comments!)