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How to Host a Site Locally
How to Host a Site Using a Hosting Provider
This is usually done in one of two ways. You can pay for hosting with a service provider or you can host it yourself at your own server — we will look into both methods in this article. Using a service provider is the simplest way of hosting a website. You can pay a small monthly fee and rely on the service provider to take care of all your equipment, infrastructure, and other associated needs. Dynamic sites are mainly application-driven and make use of scripts, databases, and other tools to generate some portions of the site on the fly.
This manual is for those, who prefer not to use a plugin and do it all by hand. In order to transfer a WordPress website or pretty much any other one to the new hosting, you will need its files and databases. First, download the files to your PC. In order to do this:. Just like files, you will need to download the database too. Now, you need to transfer the information from your old database to the new hosting. But first, you need to create a database there.
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