When you run a blog for years, you will come across the need to migrate your entire site. This may be due to changing hosts or migrating from one Guyana B2B List theme to another. However, there may be times when you want to migrate specific publications to another installation. In this article, we will explain how to migrate specific posts from one WordPress site to another. What scenarios do you need to migrate specific publications? We have nearly 2000 articles on our site with different types of content. Therefore, we have decided to move all of the review articles scattered around the site to a separate subdomain. Now that the case is clear, we don’t have a simple solution in WordPress to do this. However, you don’t have any plugins for that either.
The first step is to consolidate all the posts you want to migrate to your old site. You should have all messages in one of the groups below: The publications are in the same and unique category so that you can migrate them without affecting the other publications of your site. Have a single author for all articles you want to migrate. Check if all the posts you want to migrate are within a date range without mixing with other posts. Assign all the messages you want to migrate to the same status without mixing with other messages. If your posts fall into any of the above criteria, it’s easy for you.
Export Bulk Posts
However, in our case, the posts are scattered across the site under different categories posted during different time periods. Therefore, it does not fall under any of the above situations.If you want to select multiple items, you can click “Screen Options” in the upper right corner. Change the number of posts per page to 100 to get all posts on one page. If you need to select more than one hundred messages, we recommend repeating the steps below several times to change the status. When you are in the bulk edit screen, change the status from “Published” to “Pending” and click on the “Update” button. Make sure you don’t have any other messages in “Pending” status, or you can switch to another status like “Draft” or “Private”.