WP Migrate DB Pro (Personal)

WP Migrate DB Pro (Personal) 1.9.13

Download WP Migrate DB Pro (Personal) 1.9.13 clean or nulled. Export, push, and pull to migrate your WordPress databases.
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PUSH AND PULL YOUR DATABASES
Let's say you're developing locally but need the latest data from the live database. With WP Migrate DB Pro installed on both sites, you can simply pull the live database down and replace your local database (even if you local database isn't publicly accessible). Once your changes are ready for the staging site, you can push your local database up and replace your staging database.

FIND & REPLACE THAT HANDLES SERIALIZED DATA
Why not just export the database and run a find & replace on the SQL file? Easy enough, right? Wrong. Any replacement applied to data that uses PHP serialization (e.g. widgets) will corrupt the serialization and result in an empty string when unserialized. WP Migrate DB Pro detects serialized data and runs a special find & replace on it ensuring that the data is not corrupted.

BACKUP YOUR DATABASE BEFORE REPLACING IT
Tick the backup option before running a migration and your database will first be backed up before running the migration and replacing it. Backups provide peace of mind but also allow you to version your database, allowing you to go back in time and recover things that have changed that shouldn’t have.

BACKUP YOUR DATABASE BEFORE REPLACING IT
Tick the backup option before running a migration and your database will first be backed up before running the migration and replacing it. Backups provide peace of mind but also allow you to version your database, allowing you to go back in time and recover things that have changed that shouldn’t have.
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