Migrate Guru: Migrate & Clone WordPress Free

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Migrate Guru is the fastest way to migrate WordPress sites. It simplifies difficult WordPress migrations (e.g. multi-site networks, 200 GB sites, etc.).

Powered by BlogVault (an onboarding partner of top WordPress hosts in the world), Migrate Guru uses intelligent processes on its own servers… So there is ZERO risk to your sites. It automatically rewrites URLs, bypasses import-export scripts, and handles serialised data. It also can clone WordPress sites without any manual work, add-ons, or additional tools.

OVERVIEW

TOP FEATURES

TRUE ONE-CLICK MIGRATION

Move 80% faster! (Clone 1GB sites in <30 minutes). Enter host details & click ‘Migrate’. That’s it!

NO OVERLOAD ON SITE

The website transfer or migration process works on our servers, so it doesn’t crash your site.

BUILT FOR LARGE SITES

Move or clone sites as large as 200 GB in a breeze. Large site migrations usually fail because of live-site server import limits.

NO ADDONS

You don’t need add-ons to move multi-sites, or sites with serialised data.

NO STORAGE SPACE REQUIRED

Migrate Guru automatically copies your site to our servers. After the migration is complete, the copy is erased.

COMPATIBLE WITH EVERY WEB HOST

Move your site from & to any web host.

FULLY AUTOMATIC, BUILT-IN SEARCH & REPLACE

Comfortably handle serialised data with accurate Search&Replace.

TIMELY ALERTS

Sit back. Relax. Our real-time & email alerts will keep you up to date with the website migrate status.

DISCLAIMER

Currently we don’t support:

  • Local host migrations
  • Migration of multi-site network sub-sites to a different domain or migration of a site to multi-site network subdivision.

HOW TO PERFORM A MIGRATION

  1. Install Migrate Guru on the site you want to clone.
  2. Install WordPress on the destination.
  3. Choose the destination web host that you want to clone your website to, enter details.
  4. Click ‘Migrate’.

PROUD MIGRATION PARTNERS of WP Engine, Pantheon and DreamHost

SUPPORTS ALL 5,000+ WEB HOSTS AROUND THE WORLD

WPEngine, Pantheon, FlyWheel, LiquidWeb, Cloudways, Savvii, DigitalOcean, Hostgator, Godaddy, Bluehost, SiteGround, Kinsta, AWS, Pressable, Webhostingtalk, Inmotion Hosting, Softlayer, Reverbnation, Homestead, Site5, Linode, Fatcow, DreamHost, Liquid Web, Rackspace, etc.

Ekran Görüntüleri

  • Click on 'Migrate' leads to a choice of host-based or cPanel/FTP based migrations
  • Selecting a web host to move your site to
  • Enter host-specific details.
  • Selecting cPanel
  • Selecting FTP
  • Click ‘Migrate’.

Yükleme

Automatic installation

  1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu. Click Add New.
  2. Type Migrate Guru, click Install Now, and activate it.

Manual installation

  1. In the search field type Migrate Guru and click Search Plugins.
  2. Click Download.
  3. Upload the .zip file to your web server via an FTP application. Instructions here

SSS

What do I need to use MG?

You’ll need:
* An account on the new web hosting service
* A domain on the new host, with WordPress installed
* The destination’s FTP/cPanel details

How long does MG take to move a site?

MG can move a 1 GB (files & database) site in <30 Mins*
(*Approximate & depends on a number of factors).

Are there any limitations on the number of migrations?

Yes. We’ve enforced a limit of 5 site migrations/user/month (developers can request to have this limit extended). This cap ensures that our servers aren’t overburdened. Each of the 5 sites can be moved unlimited times.

Does MG backup my site?

No.

Do I need to have WordPress installed in the destination?

Yes.

Do I need to have MG installed in the destination to transfer my site?

No. It’s only needed on the source site.

Why do you need FTP/cPanel details?

MG needs these details since FTP/cPanel is the safest way to move your site.

How do I move a multi-site network?

When installed on a WordPress multi-site network, the plugin automatically becomes ‘network activated’. Once this is done you can go by the same steps as a single site.

Do you have a help guide/documentation?

Yes, we do. You can access it here: https://migrateguru.freshdesk.com/support/home

İncelemeler

4 Ekim 2022
Well, with so many options available, including from my new host, I was unsure which to pick. EDIT: I’ve now moved several small/medium sites in just an hour or two (all of them) and everything has been faultless. I’m super pleased 😀 My new host’s migration tool was unable - it seems - to cope with logging into my WP backend, perhaps because I have manually changed the default login url from my.domain/WP-admin? So, I used this tool which relies on ftp for hosts that don’t work directly with it (they provide a list). You can you cPanel too, but that’s increasing unavailable these days (they charge per site now, so it’s unattractive unless you need nerdy stuff). You load the plug-in using your WP dashboard at the location from which you will migrate the website. It gets cloned, leaving the website unaltered at the donating host. You then run the plug-in using the info it asks for. It was easy (you’ll need to be confident with ftp login details is all). The ftp part is used by the plug-in to gain access to where your website will be stored on new host. Having cloned your website from the donating host using your WP dashboard and then gained access to your new host via ftp, the site is uploaded there. It was quick too - about 10 minutes all in for a 0.9Gb site. Oh, and it’s free. Hard to believe why anybody would use another plugin. Except, of course, you have a need to ship your site from or via ‘localhost’ (you own computer’s hard drive), in which case this just won’t work (it ships your site to its own servers (blogVault in fact) and then ships it suitably adjusted (you need to know what that means however you migrate a website) to your new host. If your domain is hosted by a different host to the one you are migrating to (most commonly at the host you are moving from, but not always) you must then either move the domain to the new host. Or you must ensure the nameservers for the host looking after your domain point to the host to which you have moved your website (if that sounds confusing, I apologise, but is important to understand the difference between hosts, domains and websites and how they work together if you plan to manually migrate a website, otherwise it will seem baffling). Lastly, you’ll need to know the correct folder address on your host (drive address for the website) which is usually ‘/public_html’ wherever you have instructed your host to locate files for the domain you are migrating (look up what that means too if you don’t know).
2 Ekim 2022
Above any expectations. Super fast and simple
990 incelemeyi oku

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4.78

  • Better handling for plugin, theme infos

4.72

  • Sync Improvements

4.69

  • Improved network call efficiency for site info callbacks

4.68

  • Removing use of constants for arrays for PHP 5.4 support.

4.66

  • Post type fetch improvement.

4.65

  • Robust handling of requests params.
  • Callback wing versioning.

    4.62 =

  • MultiTable Sync in single callback functionality added.
  • Streamlined overall UI
  • Firewall Logging Improvements
  • Improved host info

4.58

  • Better Handling of error message from Server on signup
  • Added Support for Multi Table Callbacks

4.35

  • scanlist and filelist functions improved

4.31

  • Fetching Mysql Version
  • Robust data fetch APIs
  • Core plugin changes
  • Sanitizing incoming params

3.4

  • Plugin branding fixes

3.2

  • Updating account authentication struture

3.1

  • Adding params validation
  • Adding support for custom user tables

2.1

  • Restructuring classes

1.88

  • Callback improvements

1.86

  • Updating tested upto 5.1

1.84

  • Disable form on submit

1.82

  • Updating tested upto 5.0

1.81

  • Adding support for migrating non-WordPress folders

1.77

  • Adding function_exists for getmyuid and get_current_user functions

1.76

  • Removing create_funtion for PHP 7.2 compatibility

1.75

  • New and improved UI

1.72

  • Adding Misc Callback

1.71

  • Adding logout functionality in the plugin

1.69

  • Adding support for chunked base64 encoding

1.68

  • Updating upload rows

1.66

  • Updating TOS and privacy policies

1.64

  • Bug fixes for lp and fw

1.62

  • SSL support in plugin for API calls
  • Adding support for plugin branding

1.53

  • PHP 5.2 support

1.51

  • Code Restructuring

1.49

  • Releasing the Migrate Guru migration plugin into the WordPress repository.