There are different ways to move your WordPress® site between hosts. The easiest way is to use one of our Managed WordPress accounts, and then use its migration feature.
If you have a simple WordPress site .
Our Managed WordPress® accounts have a built-in migration tool, which will move your site from another host to your account with us. It’s an amazing tool that does all of the heavy lifting for you. However, there are a few things which can prevent the migration from working, such as:
- Using either Classic or Web Windows hosting (more info)
- DNS issues
- Your WordPress site displaying errors
- Login protection, such as two-factor authentication
- Custom WordPress login pages
What is Managed WordPress Hosting?
Built on our state-of-the-art Web hosting, Managed WordPress Hosting from LuckyRegister – Cheap Domain Registration, Domain Hosting Services – is the perfect solution for anyone who wants the power and simplicity of WordPress without the hassle of constant updates and technical adjustments.
More than just a simple install, WordPress is seamlessly integrated to your hosting so the moment you log in, you’re able to build, edit and manage your site. We’ve also modified our servers specifically for WordPress, giving you a level of speed and security you can’t get from a standard Web hosting plan.
And of course, our award-winning support is available 24×7 to help with any questions you may have. In short, there’s no easier way to build and manage a fast, secure, reliable WordPress website or blog.
New, Unused Accounts
Migrations to Managed WordPress are only available when you set up a new account. For more information, see the Managed WordPress section of Set up your account.
If you already set up your account but actually want to migrate an account, it’s no big deal. Migrating a site to us removes all of the content from the account anyway, so you can just remove the existing account, and then set it up again.
- Use Add sites to remove the site you already set up.
- Use Set up your account to submit the migration request, by clicking Migrate Your Existing WordPress Site.
The process of removing your site and setting it back up also lets you resubmit migrations if they fail.