There are a few reasons why a site migration is needed within a website’s lifespan. Our experts can migrate any WordPress website safely and correctly for you.
WHAT IS A WEBSITE MIGRATION?
A website migration is the process of moving an entire website to a different hosting account.
There are many things to consider during a WordPress website migration such as core, theme and plugin files as well as the database.
Our experts can complete this daunting service safely and efficiently for you.
Website Migration Service
A backup of your website is definintely a must when commencing a WordPress website migration.
The main event. Our experts will migrate your existing website files and database to your new hosting account.
A final test is performed to ensure your website, domains and emails are all working correctly and efficiently.
Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO FIX MY WEBSITE?
When you go to submit a ticket, everything we need to know will be within the form fields.
We require information such as:
- Old & New WordPress Login Url
- Old & New WordPress Username
- Old & New WordPress Password
- Old & New Hosting/cPanel URL
- Old & New Hosting/cPanel Username
- Old & New Hosting/cPanel Password
If you’re unsure of this information, please feel free to contact us and we will assist you!
WHAT IS THE TURNAROUND TIME?
The site migration itself can take up to 24 hours to complete. We will schedule a time that suits you to perform the migration.
You will be notified as soon as the migration has been completed!
WHAT IF YOU CAN'T FIX MY WEBSITE?
We offer a fix guarantee. If for some reason we cannot migrate your website, we can offer you either a refund or allow you to use the site migration ticket for anytime in the future.
CAN I USE MY WEBSITE WHILE DURING THE MALWARE REMOVAL?
Unfortunately you cannot work on your website during the migration as once we have copied your original site, all changes made afterwards will be missed and not copied over to your new website.
We recommend making all changes to your website before requesting a site migration.