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How do I move my WordPress from a localhost?

Question by : How do I move my WordPress from a localhost?
Please, please please help me! This is so confusing!

I made my WordPress with MAMP and it’s now on my localhost and not a “real website”. What and how do I do it? Please link me to a or give me a detailed guide, cause I really don’t understand all that nonsense.

I was following this guide, but I kinda got lost at part 4 and 5: http://www.ostraining.com/blog/wordpress/move-your-wordpress-site/

Thank you! I am very desperate.

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Answer by Your Shadow
Moving WordPress:

Moving WordPress: http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress
How to Move a WordPress Blog to a New Domain?: http://www.selaplana.com/2009/01/16/how-to-move-a-wordpress-blog-to-a-new-domain/

Giving WordPress Its Own Directory: http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

Ron

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What is the best way to move a website from Yola to WordPress?

Question by Jack: What is the best way to move a website from Yola to WordPress?
I have a website that is currently on Yola. It uses .php and I want to move it over to WordPress. I have the theme that I want but I need to keep it SE optimized. What is the best way to do it?

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Answer by nosmirc flen
Your only recourse is to copy and paste your content into wordpress.

Install Platinum SEO Pack plugin.

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How to move posts from wordpress to tumblr?

Question by Justine: How to move posts from wordpress to tumblr?
So I backed up my tumblr to wordpress so I could keep all my posts a while ago and now I want some of them back, or maybe all. Is there any way to do that? Reblog wordpress posts and put them back on tumblr? Thanks.

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Answer by Even
There is plugin for moving tumblr to wordpress. So I guess maybe there is also another plugin for tumblr to move wordpress posts to tumblr?
Hope you can find that, good luck!

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How to I move a blog post from the main page to the archives with wordpress?

Question by onetrek: How to I move a blog post from the main page to the archives with wordpress?
I’ve got the archives widget enabled, now how do I set wordpress to move some blogposts from the main page to the archive section?

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Answer by limniadblue
It does it automatically. You can control how many blog posts are displayed on your home page under Settings > Reading

I believe you can control how your posts are archived under Settings > Permalinks.

If you know about code you can edit the sidebar.php to format your Archives more. WordPress has excellent documentation on editing the themes. http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags

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How do I move my myspace blog to another blogging website?

Question by Kara J: How do I move my myspace blog to another blogging website?
I would like to move my myspace blog to another blogging website, like wordpress or to a mac mobile me website that i design. How can I do that without losing what I have already created? If it is not possible I will just keep using myspace for blogging purposes only…but i would like to move it so i can close the account. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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Answer by chrisscott11us
It shouldn’t be too hard. There isn’t any software to make the transaction seamless but you can pretty easily copy and paste all of your blog posts into new posts. With WordPress, you can even change the dates of posts so that you can display the correct dates.

I always recommend WordPress for blogging software but if you have doubts about it you may want to consider Google Blogger or TypePad. You can host your blog for free on WordPress.com or you can download the software at WordPress.org and host it on your own website.

Below is a link to a post on my blog about blogging that will help you decide which blogging site to use (top 10 blogging sites). I’m also going to refer you to a post I wrote that lays out how to host your own blog in 5 easy steps.

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