WordPress has proven to be a great asset for those who enjoy web design. A website can be updated and will feature some important elements that people want to see. The WordPress multisite can be managed in a step by step manner. That makes content easier to create, which attracts top talent to a team. People simply want to use WordPress and make the experience more enjoyable in the long run for all involved.
- Start with a backup. Make sure all the content you need is available before you move it.
- Deactivate your plugins to make sure they don't start doing something they shouldn't on the new site.
- Hit export and watch the whole thing get ready to be moved to the new platform.
“So, you have a WordPress Multisite, but you realize something needs to be moved around. There are three kinds of migration scenarios you might be looking at when it comes to your Multisite network”
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