I am new to WordPress and BitNami. I am trying to develop a typical workflow. I generally start websites on a background area of my own website's hosting so the client can view progress and provide feedback. Being new to WordPress, and wanting to do a significant amount of customizing to the theme I am using I decided to start by using my localhost. I would now like to migrate the site in progress to my web hosting and later to the client's hosting which currently houses the site that will be replaced by the one I am working on. I have searched and found several sets of instructions for doing this but I am somewhat intimidated by the terminology. I would be very grateful for a simple - easy to follow - set of instructions to accomplish these moves.
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This manual is for those, who prefer not to use a plugin and do it all by hand. In order to transfer a WordPress website or pretty much any other one to the new hosting, you will need its files and databases. First, download the files to your PC. In order to do this:. Just like files, you will need to download the database too. Now, you need to transfer the information from your old database to the new hosting.
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