Why Should You Clone WordPress Blogs On Your Own?

When you clone a WordPress blog, it does exactly what it sounds like. You’re copying everything on your blog including the design, theme, plugins, content, comments, post, sidebar, widgets – everything. It’s all being copied to a new location. You do that by backing up your WordPress site and restoring it somewhere else. Why should ... ...

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Cloning Your WordPress Blog Saves You Lots And Lots Of Time

If you use a WordPress blog, have you ever thought about how much time you put in to making everything look just right? Setting the discussion settings, changing the permalinks, setting up all the SEO plugins, creating the content, the categories, the navigation, finding that perfect theme – all the little seconds and minutes you ... ...

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Clone Your WordPress Niche Sites Quickly And Easily Using A Backup Plugin

You no longer need to spend tons of time setting up WordPress over and over throughout the day. I know many people who decide they want to have 10 sites about organic gardening today and using a Backup plugin, they can make that a reality. I know people who sell websites such organic gardening or ... ...

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How To Clone Your WordPress Based Membership Site

When I’m talking about cloning a WordPress site, I’m saying that you can back up your site and restore an exact copy of it in a new location. When most people think about copying or cloning a WordPress site, they think about cloning a site with content or a blank site with a bunch of ... ...

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How To Manually Clone A WordPress Blog Without A Plugin

Let’s say you’re moving web host or you are setting up an exact copy of your WordPress blog for someone else and you want to clone or copy your WordPress blog to a new location. How do you do it if you don’t have a plugin? The answer is use phpMyAdmin to dump your database, ... ...

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