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ZenMate Security & Privacy VPN can unlock the web , gives you free protection and encrypts all of your browser traffic. Change your location with our vpn to access sites in the web that are not available in certain areas. Hide your IP address and secure your traffic through encryption with a single click! Access sites in the web that are not available in certain areas way faster than using a simple proxy service. It will always keep you safe. Unlike simple proxy apps ZenMate will give you advanced protection. It is easy to use, secure and works everywhere - at home or in public Wifi - acting as your personal hotspot shield. Alternative services often only provide a simple vpn solution to unlock sites or hide your IP. Unlike ordinary proxy services ZenMate keeps snoopers from spying on your web browsing activities, downloads or credit card information.ZenMate Security & Privacy VPN provides full protection, privacy and encryption on your browser - for more freedom in the web and to be as safe as possible. Try it now for FREE!

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Changing Your Domain Name and URLs

Moving a website and changing your domain name or URLs (i.e. from to, or to requires the following steps – in sequence.

  1. Download your existing site files.
  2. Export your database – go in to mySQL and export the database.
  3. Move the backed up files and database into a new folder – somewhere safe – this is your site backup.
  4. Log in to the site you want to move and go to Settings > General, then change the URLs. (ie from to ) – save the settings and expect to see a 404 page.
  5. Download your site files again.
  6. Export the database again.
  7. Edit wp-config.php with the new server’s mySQL database name, user and password.
  8. Upload the files.
  9. Import the database on the new server.

When your domain name or URLs change there are additional concerns. The files and database can be moved, however references to the old domain name or location will remain in the database, and that can cause issues with links or theme display.

If you do a search and replace on your entire database to change the URLs, you can cause issues with data serialization, due to the fact that some themes and widgets store values with the length of your URL marked. When this changes, things break. To avoid that serialization issue, you have two options:

  1. Only perform a search and replace on the wp_posts table.
  2. Use the Search and Replace for WordPress Databases Script to safely change all instances. (If you are a developer, use this option. It is a one step process as opposed to the 15-step procedure below)
  3. Optionally, you can also use an online tool (in case you don’t want to bother with uploading scripts to your server) Online WordPress Serialized PHP Search and Replace which allows for replacing an old domain or URL with a new one while fixing the serialized data at the same time.
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