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    Hello, is there a way to import the demo manually? With the importer I can’t do it, it reaches 4% and it restarts, I have already changed:

    upload_max_filesize = 512M
    post_max_size = 512M
    max_input_time = 9999
    max_execution_time = 9999

    plz help

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    It is the hosting that blocks the import source, can you tell me which is the source to ask the provider to authorize the connection?


    Hi there,

    You can import demo via WordPress import Tool, please follow guide:

    Step 1: Install WordPress Import plugin

    Login to your WordPress dashboard, and navigate to Tools  Import. If the WordPress Importer is not yet installed, click Install Now.
    Wordpress Import Tools

    Step 2:

    At the bottom part of the WordPress dashboard, click Run Importer under WordPress row. You will be redirected to WordPress Import screen.

    Step 3:

    Click Choose File and browse for the .xml file you have previously downloaded.
    Upload file

    Find file content.xml at mixxcazt/dummy-data/content.xml
    File home page at mixxcazt/dummy-data/homepage/home-x.xml

    Step 4: Click Upload file and import, and assign an author if you need to assign different author on it, then click Submit.
    Upload file content

    Step 5:

    Wait for the importer to finish the import. In some cases, with a large file of import, errors could emerge due to its large amount of import. To prevent this, you must unchecked Download and import file attachments before submitting your preferences. Doing this will link the media file from the import source, so it means, if it doesn’t exist (import source site), your site won’t show media file. It’s only good for web hosting migration, but you should remain it checked if the existing import source in running or you have already place the previous media file to wp-contents  uploads as stated above. To be sure, you should always backup site contents using FTP.

    If you need to help, please send Admin web account for me, I will check and try to help you.

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