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  1. Jashwanth S J
    Jashwanth S J December 7, 2017 at 06:31 | | Reply

    We’re working on finding a solution to replicate all our subsites from production multisite environment to staging multisite environment. Is tool WP Migrate DB Pro works between two multisite environments to migrate all the sites from prod multisite to stage multisite?

  2. Christelle
    Christelle February 20, 2019 at 21:22 | | Reply

    Great article!!

    I had installed WordPress as a multisite without knowing the implications. It was all good but is now giving me issues with some plugins.
    Most of them don’t have the settings option. Thus aren’t working as expected.
    I have been developing websites with WordPress and frankly speaking, I don’t think that multisite is a good feature!!!

  3. MikeD
    MikeD September 2, 2019 at 03:24 | | Reply

    the Export/Import does nothing but creating incredible mess when the source is a subsite on localhost and the target is a single site on a web server

    most of instructions around the web do not explain how to correctly handle the most important assest: the MEDIA … no it’s not done automatically, or there are too many possibilities of errors that leave you out in the wild.

    also never explained: should themes and other plugins you use on the source installation be installed before importation, after, not at all

    sorry … all useless content

  4. Justme
    Justme July 26, 2020 at 23:21 | | Reply

    This article only explains how to export and import the actual content of a website. That does not mean you are exportin and importing a whole website with themes, plugins and all. This is misleading information.

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