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WordPress FAQ: Moving WordPress

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February 27th, 2011
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So, you’ve just installed WordPress, but you’re not happy about the /wordpress/ that it adds at the end of your domain, or you’d just like to move it elsewhere. Fortunately, the process is rather easy. Go to the Settings section of your Dashboard and change the two URLs there to the location that you want to move WordPress to. Don’t panic, this will effectively kill your blog until you move all of the WordPress files to their new location. You may need to re-generate your permalinks at Settings/Permalinks in your Dashboard. Once that’s done, see our handy guide for changing links and images after a move. Moving a WordPress installation is not too much of a complicated procedure, but feel free to contact the WordPress Support Forums if you run into trouble.

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WordPress FAQ: Changing Links and Images After a Move

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December 13th, 2010
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So, you’ve just moved your WordPress blog following the official instructions, but what about all of your internal links and images? Even though you may have changed your main URL during the move process, your internal links and images will remain unchanged, leaving images broken and internal links pointing toward the old domain or directory. Sure, you could manually edit every single post or page, but there are other ways. The easy way is to use a plugin called Velvet Blues Update URLs. It’s a very simply plugin. You just enter your old URL, then enter your new URL, and this plugin take cares of the rest. I know, it almost seems too easy, but in this case it really is just that easy. Of course, if you want to make it a little bit more difficult, we sure can. What if Velvet Blues Update URLs disappears and you’re left […]

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