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You will need
1 - A backup of your WordPress Files
2 - A backup of your WordPress SQL Database
3 - Your Plesk Login DetailsStep 1
- Login to Plesk (guide here
) - after logging in, select Files
on the left side menu and then go into the httpdocs folder.Step 2
- Click Upload and upload your WordPress files in here - there should be folders for wp-content, wp-includes, and wp-admin inside httpdocs folder.Step 3
- On the same page, double click on the file wp-config.php and note down the mySQL settings (DB_NAME, DB_USER, and DB_PASSWORD). Step 4
- On the left side menu, click on Databases
and then Add Database
- Fill in the details gathered from Step 3
- if the database name and username is different from the wp-config.php file; you will then need to edit the wp-config.php file so they match up.
Afterwards, press OK
- Once the database is created, click on Import Dump and import the backup of your WordPress SQL Database.Step 7
- Next, click on WordPress
on the left side menu and click Scan
to add your WordPress to WordPress Toolkit.
Your WordPress installation is now hosting from the Plesk server - to view your website, update your Domain DNS to point to the Plesk server's IP Address/
Otherwise, you can change your hosts file to view the website without changing DNS - guide here
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