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I used a modified version of uloBasEI's sed command. It includes the preceding DROP command, and reads until mysql is done dumping data to your table (UNLOCK). Worked for me (re)importing wp_users to a bunch of Wordpress sites.

sed -n -e '/DROP TABLE.*`mytable`/,/UNLOCK TABLES/p' mydump.sql > tabledump.sql

this is actually a much better solution than the one chosen as the answer, above. Can't believe it didnt' get more upvotes.

I suggest adding at least backtick quotes to the table name: `mytable` to avoid matching tables mytable2 and so on as was in my case.

@user706420 Hmm, are you certain your terminal wasn't to blame? sed shouldn't interfere with encoding...

DROP TABLE
sed -n -e '/-- Table structure for table ``<Table Name>/,/UNLOCK TABLES/p' <SQL File> > table.sql
/*!40101 SET @saved_cs_client     = @@character_set_client */;

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I used a modified version of uloBasEI's sed command. It includes the preceding DROP command, and reads until mysql is done dumping data to your table (UNLOCK). Worked for me (re)importing wp_users to a bunch of Wordpress sites.

sed -n -e '/DROP TABLE.*`mytable`/,/UNLOCK TABLES/p' mydump.sql > tabledump.sql

this is actually a much better solution than the one chosen as the answer, above. Can't believe it didnt' get more upvotes.

I suggest adding at least backtick quotes to the table name: `mytable` to avoid matching tables mytable2 and so on as was in my case.

@user706420 Hmm, are you certain your terminal wasn't to blame? sed shouldn't interfere with encoding...

DROP TABLE
sed -n -e '/-- Table structure for table ``<Table Name>/,/UNLOCK TABLES/p' <SQL File> > table.sql
/*!40101 SET @saved_cs_client     = @@character_set_client */;

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You could create a network (make WordPress multisite with define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true);, see : http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network) and then create one sub-site, then turn it "off" with a Maintenance plugin so it is not accessible to users not logged in as admin, export your posts & data from main blog, import them in sub-blog with WordPress default importer, then apply your new theme to this sub-blog and work on it. When everything satisfies you, apply the theme to the main site and deactivate subsite.

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Apr 16, 2014 10:12:51 am 0.02 1.05 error Error #9014: Database import halted to prevent overwriting existing WordPress data. The database already contains a WordPress installation with this prefix ms_ (21 tables). Restore has been stopped to prevent overwriting existing data.

The table already exists and its breaking here?

Yeah i thought the same at first, however I've deleted the database, created a new one and followed the same process but it still throws up the 500 server error :(

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Okay, to rehash and make sure I understand you, this is an attempt to return to wordpress from your static files.

To do this, there are really three major methods outlined on the WP codex about importing from an RSS feed, (X)HTML, and static pages. This being said, one of the easiest methods if you have well-formed HTML, which it would appear you do from your JQuery search string, is to use the HTML Import 2 plugin, referenced in the codex. It provides you a number of options to do this from a directory, url, and to specify the search parameters from the admin screens of your new installation.

Should this not work for you or you really want to convert all the pages to XML for import, because you're already using PHP to generate the XML, I'd strongly recommend using the PHP DOM library to open, parse, extract, and write the data from your static files. This will save you from the time involved in browsing through the entire site to generate the XML and it will produce an entire XML file of all your pages in one fell swoop.

Either way, I would recommend using a plain RSS file and not trying to re-create WordPress' custom format because, done properly, it has a lot of database references (maps IDs and so forth) for all the content types. Since it doesn't seem you need it, try just making a normal RSS file that has the bare minimum of what you need, and you can edit those posts to re-assign authors, etc. if necessary after you import that using the codex directions for importing from an RSS feed. It will be far easier.

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You might need to use XML-RPC interface to make the two WordPress sites to communicate or to implement your own API that will export data (the host WP), for example in json and importer on the other WP which will collect this data and return in back to desired format (two separate plugins).

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I will suggest you to use export option in wordpress to get data from your current site and then use import option to get data in the new site that you want.Its simple no coding needed at all.

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This guide should assist you. Refer to the WordPress section. Once you set up your new droplet you should be able to import this data directly from the admin interface of your new site.

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Go  Wp-admin->tool->import->wordpress on click

    -> install importer plugin then import your xml.

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For all imports you can use Wordpress wp_insert_post() function. You should create basic template for this work. Read data files with lines. And foreach it. While foreaching, define title, content or other fields.

But wouldn't I have to use something that inserts products, not posts? Or are products at the root still posts? Like I'd want to define fields for price, etc.

Could you convert your csv to array with php?

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you wrote include_once means file is included only once. Calling it with every ajax call is not issue. Rather you will require that. Script runs slow because of wordpress architecture. For each product import wordpress executes many queries. Maximum data of wordpress goes mainly in posts and post_meta tables. For each meta field one insert query will be executed which is why it works slowly.

You may write your own sql queries and use extended insert query style to add multiple meta tags which will be fast.

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Yes the defacto standard in Australia in the REAXML feed. When trying to import the data into your application or importing system like WP All import you need to parse the files into a single file for import. This was a huge pain several years ago and I created a simple REAXML parser that could be imported into WordPress. My script works outside of WordPress so you could use it with other applications if needed. Some details are here about the way it works

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Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded
max_execution_time = 240 ;

Now this error will come: Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded in C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-includes\class-http.php on line 1511

It's the same error, so you didn't updated the config (remember to restart Apache after every change of the config)

Nope. still it will through that error. Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded in C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-includes\class-http.php on line 1511

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You can use the WP CLI tool to export data from your development environment. Then just use wordpress import tool to import the posts. You have to be on a UNIX system to use wp cli tool.

I am but how is it going to merge asynchronously changed data? E.g. one of the articles still exist in an older version at the installation to which I import. Maybe it's at least worth giving a try on a backup system.

It is better to keep the databases between prod and dev synced as much as possible. Merging changed posts seems like a good way to get mysterious problems.

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go to tools->import now select wordpress and install the plugin now you can export all your posts/pages and use the same tool to import that data to your new site

Actually the redesigned website will replace the actual website. So what approach should I take.

i guess you don't have any data in your new site that has to be included in your mainsite, you just want the design. is that correct?? If that's the case then you can simply copy and replace your theme new designed theme folder in your existing mainsite's theme folder and apply that theme from dashboard. (Make sure to backup the existing theme incase anything goes wrong :p )

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I used a modified version of uloBasEI's sed command. It includes the preceding DROP command, and reads until mysql is done dumping data to your table (UNLOCK). Worked for me (re)importing wp_users to a bunch of Wordpress sites.

sed -n -e '/DROP TABLE.*mytable/,/UNLOCK TABLES/p' mydump.sql > tabledump.sql

this is actually a much better solution than the one chosen as the answer, above. Can't believe it didnt' get more upvotes.

great work, accepted - didnt work for me

I suggest adding at least backtick quotes to the table name: `mytable` to avoid matching tables mytable2 and so on as was in my case.

Maxim, it didn't work because there was no source file in the example nor stdout and destination file. I edited the example to include these (mydump.sql > tabledump.sql) and it should work now.

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If I understand your question correctly, you have html in an Excel cell and you want to make parts of that html dynamic by referencing content in other cells of the workbook.

I assume that in your example you want to make the imagesource and the Product Name dynamic.

You can copy and paste the html into the Excel formula editor. You can increase its height, so you see more than one line at a time. The formula editor can handle line breaks.

If you want to build a string that contains double quotes, you will need to use two double quotes if the quote is inside the string and three double quotes in a row if it is at the beginning or end of a string. You can use the ampersand to concatenate strings and cell references.

With your specific example above, the formula in Excel would read somewhere along these lines (replace Sheet2!A2 etc. with the cell that holds your data. Arrange that data in a table with a row for each product, then you can copy this formula down to get the desired result.

="<div id=""productimage"" style=""float:left;width:380px;"">
<img alt=""alternate"" src="""&Sheet2!A2&""" />
</div>


<div id=""productspecs""  style=""float:left;padding-left:25px;"">
<h2><strong>"&Sheet2!B2&"</strong></h2>
</div>"

Turn on "Wrap Text" in the cell format, otherwise you will see it all in one line of code. The screenshot below uses two rows of data with different texts for image source and product name in sheet 2.

EDIT: I tried to post this in a comment, but the double and triple quotes don't make it and get replaced with just one quote.

="First String"&A1&"Next String"

If the string has quotes inside, double them

="He said "Please" but nobody heard him"&A1&"next string"

If the string has quotes at the beginning of the string, then you need the opening quote for the string and the double quote for the quote inside the string. Likewise for quotes at the end of the string: duplicate the quote in the string and then add the closing quote.

="""Please" - he said"&A1&"and she answered "OK."""

I'm having trouble with this. Here's the Excel box code: <div id="productimage" style="float:left;"> <img alt=""""!A1&"""" src=""""!B1&"""" /> </div> <div id="productspecs" style="float:right;padding-left:25px;"> <h2><strong>"""!A1&"""</strong></h2> It doesn't seem to be picking up the values from A1 and B1 .. I'm not seeing it get filled into C1 (Where this formula is used).

What is the ! doing in front of the A1 and B1? Do you know how a cell reference works? The ! separates a sheet name from a cell address. If there is no sheet name there is no ! sign. So you would use Sheet2!A1 if the cell is on Sheet2 and the formula is on a different sheet. If the referenced cell is on the same sheet, just use A1.

Also, you managed to delete some of the & signs that concatenate the different strings. Please see my edit in the post, since the comment won't take it properly.

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Use Wordpress Importer plugin then export your data, delete database and file, after re-install WP in the language you want, and re-use the same plugin to import data on the new installation... I made this, it works great!

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See Moving WordPress WordPress Codex for the standardized ways to export and import the database and reset base URLs without impacting the serialized data that can be present in theme and plugin options.

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Ok I am going to answer my question with some advice. It's clear that some of my images were 'hard coded' as devin mentioned as I could not find a logical reason for some not showing (even when I looked at the tabular data in MySQL) and because I'm not a database engineer / developer - I wasn't prepared to dive too deep into that with the possibility of causing further issues... so I decided to take down the entire wordpress site, create a new database, re-install wordpress and I imported an exported xml file that I created and saved (luckily) before 'migrating sites'.

1) Whether you migrate a wordpress site or not, always backup your website regularly by creating an export of your wordpress structure. It may save you a lot of work in future.

2) If you're an amateur or beginner at development and MYSQL like myself, I'd suggest you create your wordpress site on the actual domain name you want it on. This will save you from 'migration' headaches as I've just experienced ... and a lot of time. Learn from my mistakes. Although there is probably a solution to my question above, it's out of my expertise / knowledge and could be out of yours too... so make it easy for yourself :)

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