Let’s see, this is for note, I’ll tell you already. But hey, I’ll tell you in case you’re curious. OK? Since I was changing, I wanted to migrate to https with Let’s Encrypt and to http2, so that my website would be extremely fast and Google would like it . If my website had been installed on Webempresa or Raiola Networks hosting, this would already be installed by default. But it turns out that I have it on a VPS so, by default, it was not available . In short, in my previous research work, I found the procedure to get my VPS to support http2 and Let’s Encrypt.

Cloning the website using the simplest mechanism: Wp-Duplicator

Shall we review the technical steps to .Change a domain website if it is made with WordPress ? Come on.Look how simple: .Move all files from the old location to the new one. Move the. Database from the old location to the new one. Edit the category email list wp-config.php file to point to the new database. Do a search in the entire new database, to change the old. Url for the new one because otherwise we will continue referencing the old. Address in our content. What’s your logic? But… would you know how to do it? Maybe yes, maybe no. But, let’s be honest.Why do it manually if there is a plugin that makes it all super easy for us ?

Clearing caches, regenerating permalinks and reconfiguring the CDN

It’s true, almost everything is done for you by WP. Duplicator , but there are always some. Betails to take into account so that everything works well. For example, if you WS Phone List were using a caching plugin and included it in the copy.You should regenerate it because it could include. References to the old url. In my case, I also use .KeyCDN.which forced me to create a new area in my. Control panel so that it could reload the new addresses.Not to mention reconfigure it within the cache plugin.

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