WP Clone by WP Academy
Move or copy a WordPress site to another server or to another domain name, move to/from local server hosting, and backup sites.
WP Clone is the easiest, fastest and most secure way to move or copy a WordPress site to another domain or hosting server. You can also use it to move your site to/from local server hosting, to create copies of your site for development or testing services, to backup your site, and to install pre-configured versions of WordPress.
WP Clone is a superior solution to even commercial WordPress cloning plugins for the following reasons: * Does not require FTP access to either the source or destination site � just install a new WordPress on the destination site, upload and activate WP Clone plugin, and follow the prompts * It does not backup or restore the WordPress system files (just the user content and database) � reducing upload time and improving security of your site * It fetches the site backup via your host�s direct http connection, which saves you from needing to upload large files through your internet connection * It uses the WordPress internal zip archive function, which makes it compatible with virtually 100% of hosts that support WordPress (no special PHP libraries are required)
Please donate to support plugin development & ongoing support
WP Clone is provided free of charge to the community and supported through the plugin forums on WordPress.org. Please help defray our development expenses and help with support costs through the [Donations Page] (http://wpacademy.com/software/ �Donations page�) Donation page.
Additional documentation, including supported hosts, at the [WP Clone FAQ Page] (http://wpacademy.tv/wpclone-faq "WP Clone FAQ")
WP Clone uses functions from the "Safe Search and Replace on Database with Serialized Data" script first written by David Coveney of Interconnect IT Ltd (UK) http://www.davidcoveney.com or http://www.interconnectit.com and released under the WTFPL http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/. Partial script with full changelog is placed inside ‘lib/files’ directory.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5