Upload Joomla from Local to Live Server – Part 2

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This is part 2 of the 10 Minute Joomla! Tips Screencast “upload Joomla from Local to Live Server” Moving Joomla from one server to another is a very valuable skill to have. It’s not just necessary to launch or deploy new web sites but it’s useful for many different reasons. For instance, creating a live site clone to troubleshoot a bug or creating a “staging” area for training an office staff. In this 2 part Screencast Marco shows you how to upload a local Joomla website to a Cpanel Server step by step. For even more help here is a checklist you can use while you are working on your first Joomla upload to your server: Moving a Joomla Site from a Local Server to a Live server NOTE: This checklist assumes you have Cpanel on the live server and you have used XAMP for your local server. Locate the local folder where your site is (usually htdocs/yourfolder) Open the folder and select your Joomla files Use your ZIP program to create a ZIP file Go to your Cpanel and click on “File Manager” Navigate to your public_html folder If necessary, create another folder where you’ll upload the ZIP file you just created. If the file is going live, you can expand directly in public_html In Cpanel’s File manager Click on “Upload” and, from the new window, search for your zip file and click Upload Once it’s done, go back to the file manager and click on “Reload” and you’ll see the zip file Select the ZIP file and click on the “Expand” Icon – Your files should be now in the directory of your
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23 Responses to “Upload Joomla from Local to Live Server – Part 2”

  1. tikihutkid Says:

    Awesome tut.

    I did get = Database connection error (2): Could not connect to MySQL.

    Theres always a kink in how things should work

  2. goofyzor Says:

    2:17 there is the step you are looking for, exporting and importing the DB good luck bud!

  3. manioz Says:

    you are great buddy really helpful video thanx again

  4. Mr15d Says:

    Hi where you get localvm in phpmyadmin structure? 🙂 My structure is emty .

  5. TheMAWEANS Says:

    If you just knew how youve helped me, you would have given me your small sister to marry.

  6. DragonBaine Says:

    how did you get that cool toppbanner into action??

  7. gordanabcn Says:

    Thank you!!!

  8. anasvirus Says:

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

  9. MrQlddk Says:

    hi, thanks for this
    I am now stuck with this:
    Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cookie – headers already sent by (output started at /home/noosatri/public_html/configuration.php:1) in /home/noosatri/public_html/libraries/joomla/session/session.php on line 423

    Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter – headers already sent (output started at /home/noosatri/public_html/configuration.php:1) in /home/noosatri/public_ht

  10. winatabali Says:

    Very nice tranning, that is my problem, i will try now. Thanks alot.

  11. kojelja0 Says:

    I tried to do these steps on byethost7 ( free server ), and upload my new joomla site. I fallowed all steps from 1st and 2nd part of this tutorial. But I got error: “unable to open MySql database”. Problem was solved when I put in configuration file “sql100{.}byethost7{.}com” (remove {} )where was written “localhost”.TY very much for this great tutorial, it was very helpful 🙂

  12. matokillerslovenia Says:

    WORKS!

  13. okcomputer98 Says:

    Ups I tried to upload the wrong database, problem solved!!!

  14. okcomputer98 Says:

    I can´t upload the databse, I get an error. Can someone help?

    Error: #1044 – Access denied for user ‘xpromuev’@’localhost’ to database ‘information_schema’

  15. rahulr4uc Says:

    Virtuemart  file is not got from my folder please help me

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    Try This
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  17. naumanpak Says:

    Thanks! finally some thing useful enough!

  18. aweltlin Says:

    Excellent this really helped out a lot thanks.

  19. chanki123 Says:

    nice video tutorial. help me a super lot. Do u have more tutorials?

  20. sojer7855 Says:

    Excellent video. Can’t thank you enough for your time saving efforts!!Really good easy to follow instruction.
    I have been looking for something like this for a while.
    Brilliant!!!

  21. slapdasher2007 Says:

    Thankyou so much for running through this so clearly and quickly!
    I have been banging my head against so many brick walls trying to find a simple explanation and step by step as to how to migrate from local to Remote.

    Amazing! x x x x x x

  22. conticreative Says:

    Well, I apologize, I do answer all emails I receive but I have to get it before I can answer. I got 5 of them just today from the screencast. I searched for your handle in my email and could not find anything (except the notice for this comment) Which email did you use? and how long ago? Maybe it was flagged as Spam. use this email:
    conticreative @ (and then add the google mail service at the end).
    Thanks.

  23. potheekaami Says:

    Emailed you but you never replied 🙁 Yet you say you respond to all your email 🙁

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