How to Migrate a Website From One Server to Another:- Another major benefit of creating a site in WordPress is that you can migrate your WordPress site from one hosting provider to another without having to worry about extras, which means you can copy it exactly. If you are currently on a shared hosting plan and now want to move to Digital Ocean, Google Cloud, or Amazon Cloud, then this article may prove to be quite useful for you.
However, many hosting providers offer free and managed site migration. The hosting provider will help you migrate the site to their platform; there is nothing you need to do. There is certainly no alternative to the cloud to move your website/blog to the next level.
Download The WP Migration Plugin
Export Your Website
Import Your Website
Now login to the new WordPress site. Which is installed in the cloud or on separate hosting? And yes, if you want to keep the domain of the previous site and the current site, you must park your domain on the new WordPress site after exporting your website. Then login to the new WordPress installation also Downloads the All-in-One WP Migration plugin here.
You can only upload backups of up to 40 MB in the free All-in-One WP Migration plugin. If your site is larger than this, then you should buy the Pro version. But there is no need to worry. In the following step, I will teach you how to upload an unlimited size backup.
All-in-One WP Migration Upload Limit Hack
And yes, this limitation does not work with the latest version of this hack. You need to install version 6.77 or later. Download the All-in-One WP Migration Plugin version 6.77 – here.
➤ Activate The Plugin
After downloading the plugin from the link above, you will need to upload the WordPress Dashboard downloaded plugin by going to Add New Plugin. And yes, it does not have to be the latest plugin; you must uninstall it first if you have already installed it. Then the downloaded plugin needs to be activated.
Open Plugin Editor
Now, from the Plugins section of the WordPress Dashboard, you need to enter Plugin Editor.
Select The Plugin
In the top right-hand corner of the Plugin Editor page, you will see the option to select the plugin, select the All-in-One WP Migration plugin.
Open The Constants.php File
Once the All-in-One WP Migration plugin is selected, you will see a file named constants.php from the right sidebar, then click.
Edit The Constants.php File
Scroll to the number 284 by scroll to the constants.php file editor, then see the 2 << 28 text in the Max File Size section, which needs to be Edited to 2 << 33.
// = Max File Size =
define( ‘AI1WM_MAX_FILE_SIZE’, 2 << 33 );
Then, scroll down and click the Update File button so that the modified code is saved.
Let’s check it out