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ercanbaskaya
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I want to move a site created with Sitepad to another domain name. I tried the cloning method, but only the existing one appears in the site address section. I thought I would do it with a backup, but I couldn't find how to upload the backup I downloaded to the new domain. I think the easiest way is to clone it, but I haven't been able to figure out how to add the new site address. .I'm asking for your help.
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hanajijang
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To move a website created with Sitepad to another domain name, you can follow these steps:

Create a Backup:

In Sitepad, go to the dashboard or settings of your website.
Look for the option to create a backup or export your website. This usually involves generating a backup file that contains all your website's files and database information.
Download the backup file to your computer.
Set Up the New Domain:

Make sure you have purchased and configured the new domain name where you want to move your website.
Ensure that the new domain is properly pointing to your web hosting account.
Upload the Backup:

In Sitepad, access the dashboard or settings of your new website, which is associated with the new domain.
Look for an option to import or restore a backup. This is where you'll upload the backup file you downloaded earlier.
Follow the prompts to upload and restore the backup to your new website.
Update Site Address:

Once the backup is restored, navigate to the settings or general settings section of your new website.
Look for the option to update the site address or domain name. Enter the new domain name here.
Save the changes.
Testing:

Visit your new domain name in a web browser to ensure that the website is now accessible from the new domain. vampire survivorsTest different pages and functionalities to make sure everything is working correctly.
By following these steps, you should be able to successfully move your Sitepad website to a new domain name. If you encounter any difficulties, you may want to reach out to Sitepad's support for further assistance.

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Annata23
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Quote From : hanajijang February 15, 2024, 2:17 am
To move a website created with Sitepad to another domain name, you can follow these steps:

Create a Backup:

In Sitepad, go to the dashboard or settings of your website.
Look for the option to create a backup or export your website. This usually involves generating a backup file that contains all your website's files and database information.
Download the backup file to your computer.
Set Up the New Domain:

Make sure you have purchased and configured the new domain name where you want to move your website.
Ensure that the new domain is properly pointing to your web hosting account.
Upload the Backup:

In Sitepad, access the dashboard or settings of your new website, which is associated with the new domain.
Look for an option to import or restore a backup. This is where you'll upload the backup file you downloaded earlier.
Follow the prompts to upload and restore the backup to your new website.
Update Site Address:

Once the backup is restored, navigate to the settings or general settings section of your new website.
Look for the option to update the site address or domain name. Enter the new domain name here.
Save the changes.
Testing:

Visit your new domain name in a web browser to ensure that the website is now accessible from the new domain. connections nyt Test different pages and functionalities to make sure everything is working correctly.
By following these steps, you should be able to successfully move your Sitepad website to a new domain name. If you encounter any difficulties, you may want to reach out to Sitepad's support for further assistance.


I have done it, thank you very much
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