How to Migrate Your Entire WordPress Blog to Another Host and Remove Migration Import Limit

Published on November 18, 2020 by

First thing first. Login to your WordPress blog or Website. A proper way of accessing them is by typing this information “” and enter your username and password.

In the dashboard area, click plugins and search “all in one migration.” Select All-in-One WP Migration, then click install. Once finis, then click the activate.

Go back to your WordPress’s main dashboard and scroll down to the bottom and click the “All-in-One WP Migration.” Then click the “click export to” to enable you to save the data on your website. You could select what you want to be included in your export. If you have a small-sized website, you can select all files such as blog images, information, and plugins. If you have an enormous amount of data to be transferred, you can choose your website’s limited information.

Download the exported file into your storage or hard disk for future use, setup, or website migration. In this process, I transfer my hosting provider, their technical support ***, they don’t know if your website was infected by malware. Even a simple rollback made your life miserable. Oops, enough commercial.

Once exported, log in to your destination website where you want the information to be transferred or your exported file to be uploaded.

Note: If you install the All-in-One WP Migration Menu. The upload file size is limited to 40 Mb. The remainder file size is commercially available. To maximize the imported file size to 512 Mb, download the migration on their website. See the link below of the plugin website. 

Once downloaded, go to the plugin and upload the All-in-One WP Migration plugin you downloaded from their website and activate it. After this migration is installed, you may go once again to plugins and search the All-in-One WP Migration and install and activate.

For me, I think the All in One WP Migration we downloaded on their website is just a patch to make those available size 40 Mb to 512Mb. Because if we download the file in WordPress, we could get 40 Mb. As I search on google, some comments say we need to adjust WordPress settings, the wp-config, etc. But all of these recommendations are not working.

After installing and activating the plugin downloaded plugin in their website, download and install also the all-in-one migration plugins from your WordPress Plugin Dashboard. elect the All-in-one WP Migration

I will also upload the themes of my website to match my exported migration files from another hosting company.

Depending on the templates you use, there are additional required plugins needed to plugins to install. Usually, I select all the plugins, select install, then apply. These will automatically install all plugins, 

All in One Wp Migration – Importing the Exported Files

If your All in One Wp Migration are ready to go. Check it if the available space is now 512 Mb and not 40 Mb. If okay, you may now proceed.

To import the migration, select all in one migration from the WordPress dashboard. Then click import from, find the directory of your exported migration and once selected, click proceed. 

The import process will take a little while. After the migration, be sure to check if all the plugins are installed correctly installed. Then activate the plugins. It takes a little while to appear the images of your blog or website.

Now you are done. If there is any error, such as images now showing correctly, you may upload them through FTP.

In my blog, I used Amazon Web Services and FileZilla to transfer files. The transferring of files is almost the same to another hosting provider. It’s up to you to explore it.


Click here to download All-in-In One Migration 

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