Many people like to create and test a new version of their site in a sub folder so that it does not affect their main domain. Once completed, they will want to migrate the new site over to the root directory for the domain. This is very common with WordPress. Follow the instructions below as we guide you on how to do just that with the WordPress CMS. Click here to learn more about WordPress Hosting.
Before performing the following procedure, it is a good idea to make a backup of your account prior to making any changes.
Prior to physically moving the files, you will need to prepare the installation to accept the new URL name.
After you have made your backup, removed the site files from the builder, and prepared your WordPress files, it is time to move your WordPress to the primary folder.
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