March 28, 2015 — In this talk I will go through the process of migrating a WordPress website to a new server. I will list the issues that users will probably face and how to overcome them. I will show easy to follow tips and tricks that will make moving WordPress possible even for beginners.
November 1, 2014 — WIRED.com had 36 separate WP installs which grew into a maintenance headache. Kathleen share lessons learned from migrating over 100,000 posts from 17 blogs into one install – and how they lived to tell the tale.
September 11, 2014 — It’s been a massive undertaking to migrate our CMS from an antiquated version of Expression Engine and moving over 40,000+ articles, images, tags, categories… etc. spanning almost 15 years. We’ll share our experience, challenges and difficulties we have over come during this process.
July 28, 2014 — Ein Umzug eines Online-Magazins mit über 2000 Artikeln, 4000 Bilder und mehreren Hundert Tags von einem selbsterstellten Redaktionssystem auf WordPress. Dabei wird das WXR-Format (erweitertes XML-Fomat) genutzt. Ein Rückblick und Fallstricke, die man beachten sollte.
June 16, 2014 — When I first started doing web design, it didn’t even cross my mind that I might have to move a website from one domain to another. I quickly found out that migrating a website is the standard and not the exception.
This presentation shows how to:
– Create a backup
– Access FTP
– Create new database and user
– Move website from one domain to another
– Problems that exist when this happen
– possible ways to fix them
July 14, 2013 — This presentation talks about content migration, coordinating presentation across multiple installs, integrating legacy content, satisfying stakeholder requirements and minimizing developer involvement.
July 11, 2009 — Jérôme Paradis and Kim Vallée address the how, the why and the benefits of carrying out a large-scale migration, including why you would move to Wordpress, demystifying the good and the bad of changing all our URLs, migration tools and techniques and a migration checklist. From WordCamp Montreal.
Video production by Arthur Cormon of TV McGill.