August 26, 2012

How to Move a WordPress Multisite Site to a Standalone Installation

I’ve had to do this a few times, where I’ve had to move a WordPress multisite site to a standalone installation. For example, I sometimes build new sites on my own multisite network, if the client already has a live site, where downtime is not an option, and then I can move the entire site onto their server and make an immediate…

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