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November 14th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WordPress already makes it easy to import or export data to/from your site. We have also covered a bunch of plugins that give you more flexibility exporting your data. Plugins such as Single Post Exporter can save you even more time. It lets you select which posts to export.

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November 22nd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Managing WordPress menus is not that hard. You can create and edit new menus with a few clicks. If you would like to move your menus from one site to another or copy complex structures, things are a bit more complicated. WordPress Menus Management is a handy plugin that lets you duplicate and import menus.

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August 6th in WP Stuff by .

WooCommerce is a powerful e-commerce plugin that lets webmasters sell products on their WordPress site. The plugin is powerful on its own but with its extensions, you can get even more done. WooCommerce Simply Order Export is a simple plugin that lets you export customer orders in CSV format. It lets you export product name, variation details, and quantity.

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July 7th in Wordpress Plugins by .

WooCommerce makes it much easier to run an online store. This powerful plugin comes with everything you need to start selling products. When you need to export your data for further analysis or any other reason, third-party extensions such as WooCommerce Simply Order Export have you covered.

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March 4th in Wordpress Tips by .

Have you ever wondered what it takes to combine two different WordPress blogs. So why would you want to do that in the first place? Let’s say you have two niche WordPress blogs that each cover too narrow a topic for you to come up with decent content for on a frequent basis. By combining the two, you can cover more without giving your audience the indication that you are not serious about your blog. In earlier version of WordPress, the process would have been much more difficult, but thanks to import functionality available in WordPress, the process don’t have to take too long.

If you want to import a WordPress blog into your existing one, here are a few simple steps you need to follow:

1. backup everything: I am talking about your databases. Make sure you backup both your databases just in case something goes wrong. If you happen to be using PHPMyAdmin to manage your database, you can always use the export function there to back-up your databases. [click to continue…]

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