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A WordPress migration from one server to another or from one web hosting service to another can involve any number of adjustments and can get messy at times. Webmasters and bloggers alike dread the mere thought of it — and for a good reason. Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong occasionally. Owners of WordPress sites, however, can almost look forward to switching. Here is how you, too, can back up and migrate a WordPress site without a hiccup.
Plug-ins that lay claim to easy WordPress migration capabilities abound. How trustworthy they are is a different question. (Are you willing to risk years’ work on the ability of an untested plugin to do its job? Probably not — and for a good reason.)
When it comes to WordPress backups, the All-in-One WordPress Migration Plug-In is a real gem. It stands out for its reliability and simplicity. Here is how to make the most of it.
Are you concerned about the security and authenticity of the websites you are visiting? Probably yes, though it may not be your top priority: getting the job done is. What if we told you that browser makers are doubling their efforts to convince web professionals to rethink their priorities: browsers like Chrome are flat-out refusing to serve websites unless they are delivered via HTTPS (an encrypted, more secure version of HTTP, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol).
Google Chrome and Firefox, for example, will bluntly deny you access to Google’s In-Page Analytics data and visualization for a website if they deem it not “private’ enough for lack of HTTPS, not to mention that Google and Bing may be penalizing sites that don’t use encryption in search engine ranking. Web creatives can no longer afford to ignore the security aspect of web publishing.
The Google Analytics plug-in for your browser may or may not resolve the In-Page Analytics error. Rest assured, the plug-in will not make up for the loss of SEO karma points due to lack of HTTPS.
So how exactly would you go about fixing your site?