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Design Your Own Website with WordPress
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Going “Live Online”
Almost done! You’ve designed a website with WordPress, chose a theme and obtained a domain name and webhosting.
All that needs to be done is to upload the offline website to the online server.
Changes that will occur:
Backup the files into a .zip folder (www folder contents)
Backup the database (.sql)
Upload the www folder contents and extract online
Edit wp-config.php within file manager to point website to Database
Create a database with MySQL Database Wizard & Update wp-config.php
Import saved database (saved .sql) with phpMyAdmin
Edit wp-options file within phpMyAdmin | Change Settings & Save
!! Open Backend first: http:/www.domainname.co.za/wp-admin
Edit settings to redirect root page to domain name and not “localhost”
Install Search & Replace plugin
Change links with plugin & Save
Change remaining links that cannot be changed with plugin
Viewing Website & Checking for errors
Make a complete backup of both the ‘www’ folder contents (.zip) and the database (.sql). Remember to save the files to
a place where you can find it easily.
Refer back to
Making a Complete Backup”
if you cannot remember how to do this.
Upload the zipped ‘www’ folder contents and extract online
It’s time to use cPanel for the first time. To upload files through File Manager within cPanel, do the following:
Log-in to cPanel by going to the link of the domain name followed by :2082
Domain Name followed by
:2082 or /cpanel
or (notice the difference between the two – one has
and the other
Both links above should work for redirecting you to the cPanel log-in page.
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