Upload Wordpress Theme to GodaddyUpload Wordpress topic to Godaddy
You can upload it to the Wordpress page of GoDaddy.
Acquired a theme from the theme wood and want to upload it to my Wordpress page. GoDaddy hosts the website. Must I upload the file to the web hosting and then be able to retrieve it from my WP dashboard? It would be great to have a step-by-step guide.
It' much simpler if you can locate your databases detail (found in the administration section of your GoDaddy account), then upload the Wordpress master file via your upload file and just upload the theme you're buying from here. The topics discussed here are all well documentated.
I' m sorry, I've just correctly reread your first comments - I'll post a step-by-step guide here later. You' re right, GoDaddy FAILED is going to do it little by little - so your moves would be very welcome as this is my first transfer and my first work with Wordpress. Hello CCulos49, Ok, so GoDaddy has modified his administrator, so I have to review the data base bits again to get the precise directions, but to start you on FTP with Filezilla, because that will be your first step:
It will be like it is in rtp on the hosted thashboard. It may be in a GoDaddy verification e-mail or you can modify it, but it may take an hours until it is formally rolled back. Hope it will work with the above statements to bring Wordpress into the configuration phase on your web address, and then I will submit (shorter) for the next move.
Charlie4282, So I got to the point where I downloaded Wordpress and everything is good and I uploaded via FTP via the clipboard and everything is good. I' ve logged in to my dashboard, everything is fine, everything is there, all pictures, pages, catagories, postings etc. but when I go to see the page aadda.
I' ve enabled my theme and the page is not yet working? Working developer page: Hello, Ok, first of all, it's great that you got Wordpress and the theme up and running there. So that I'm aware that you already had a page you're trying to move, or is this a new beginning for a new topic?
Is your last post sounding like you're dragging an old content/page into a new topic? Since each theme is differently encoded and sometimes user-defined in parts, the way your assets are delivered depends on how the new theme is created. When you try to get the design to look like it does in the demonstration, there should be an underlying HTML document that you need to upload - this should be noted in the doc.
Do you try to copy old contents to a new topic or launch a new one? Since you don't have much on the first page, it may be simpler to get started again on the GoDaddy platform/database, etc. I' ve got a customer who's pretty green and actually sets up topics on more than one domain/subdomain and is testing the theme on one so he knows what he's doing to make it look right, then he just makes the right changes on his home page!
Wow, I just saw the threads on this topic from you: Customize. "Posted" "Remove Comments" - It depends on the topic, but it might be rewarding to search under the home page area for a command OR change from visible to html in the home page area of the editors (top right of the edit window) and strg f the words - then delete.
Problem One: Moving the website to a new host I was exporting the HTML from my website at http://culossalartworks. com/Dev/ and copying the Wik contents to GoDaddy via FTP. At the GoDaddy end, I signed into the dashboard and import the HTML, enabled the theme, and the website didn't loaded correctly.
I' m gonna call GoDaddy again and see what's going on. Though I' ve never used WP or themes I don't know, I don't think it's a "theme" thing. They can upload the content via the administrator, but even here it is topic-specific how the source is configured.
Once again disappointing, though it would be, I think if you don't get answers from them to delete the whole Godaddy data base - Wordpress and re-install the theme from the ground up. It' possible that dragging contents, ticking topics from different host, can cause all kinds of small trouble that can cause your troubles.
Well, just for the record, I' ve been trying since last weekend to get something from the writer of my editions on this subject and still don't have it, so I don't have much faith there.... they're just getting started. I' ve got all the information needed to transmit the page to GoDaddy, 2. 5 workingdays and everything is fine. Not sure whether you or someone out there would find interest in my memos or not, but here's what I had to do. Secure exists for the case.
I' m working on the issue now. This important move has been made so that I don't have all the pressures I had the other night. The Wordpress page (cabuyarealty.com) from GoDaddy. The Wordpress website was initially created with Wordpress addresses, but has modified the main site to cabuyarealty.com. Wordpress files that have been submitted via Filezilla with host/username information found via Godaddy - my Account Site.
The Wordpress website was not displayed as my blogs, only displayed (this is just another WP site message). We followed directions to modify name servers on GoDaddy to Wordpress if NS points to Wordpress (although the site is host with GoDaddy). However, if I modify the name servers, I can no longer use Filezilla to reconnect to the servers.
I never saw how I could enable theme forest on my WP dashboard, so my question is: If I change the name servers on the GoDaddy web site to point to Wordpress-provided name servers, am I right? GoDaddy is used to host the website, not WP.
What can I do to enable the design on the WP Dashboard? Looks like the file was FTP-loaded for proper localization, but that made no distinction to the Dashboard. Hi, just so I'm clear that you've had a site on Wordpress (was it at . com or . org) and you want to move it over to a site & host with Godaddy?
You' re not just trying to create a new theme on your Godaddy user interface and try to get started again? As an answer to the question - the redirection of name servers may work, but the transfer of Wordpress pages to Godaddy (or another host) may work differently according to how much contents, which widgets or customized codes etc are involved. Another way to get the most out of Wordpress is to use a different name server.
It is best to ask the GoDaddy technical department about this product when in doubt, as it is usually very useful and should be able to point you in the right direction. GoDaddy technical assistance is also available. Concerning the activation of the theme - provided everything was properly loaded, then in the dashboard click on "Appeareance", "themese" and you should see the new design - click on activate below the picture and that should be enough.
So if you can't see it there, it hasn't been uploaded correctly and you can try to upload the topic's zipped archive from the "Upload Topics" section here in the Dashboard. If, as it may sound, you are trying to move an old Wordpress site to a theme on a new GoDaddy host, the natural way would be to extract the location information etc. from the old one (XML file) and upload it to the new theme (everything can be done via the WP dashboard).
When this is the case then it's not too unpleasant, but again it would be easiest to get tips from GoDaddy technical assistance as without the website coding etc. it's quite difficult to give you accurate guidance.