Website Migration Guide


If you’re ready to transfer your website to, follow these step-by-step instructions to ensure a smooth migration process.

Step 1: Backup Your Website

Before you begin the migration process, it’s crucial to back up your website files, databases, and any other relevant data. You can use your current hosting provider’s backup tools or third-party backup services to create a backup of your website.

Step 2: Choose a Hosting Plan

Browse our hosting plans and select the one that best fits your needs. Once you’ve chosen a plan, sign up for an account on if you haven’t already done so.

Step 3: Add Your Domain to

If your domain is registered with another provider, you’ll need to update your domain’s nameservers to point to You can find the nameservers for your hosting account in your account dashboard. Allow up to 48 hours for DNS propagation to complete.

Step 4: Transfer Your Website Files

To transfer your website files to, you can use either FTP (File Transfer Protocol) or a web-based file manager. Connect to your current hosting account using FTP or log in to your hosting control panel and navigate to the file manager.

Upload all of your website files to the “public_html” directory (or equivalent) on Be sure to maintain the directory structure of your website to ensure proper functionality.

Step 5: Migrate Your Databases

If your website uses a database (e.g., MySQL), you’ll need to migrate your database to Export your database from your current hosting account using a tool like phpMyAdmin or through the command line.

Once you’ve exported your database, create a new database and database user in your account using the control panel. Import your database backup file into the newly created database.

Update your website’s configuration files (e.g., wp-config.php for WordPress) with the database connection details for your account.

Step 6: Test Your Website

After transferring your website files and databases, it’s essential to test your website to ensure everything is working correctly. Check for broken links, missing images, and any other issues that may arise during the migration process.

Step 7: Update DNS Records

Once you’ve confirmed that your website is functioning correctly on, update any DNS records that may still be pointing to your old hosting provider. Update your DNS records to reflect the new IP address provided by

Step 8: Monitor for DNS Propagation

After updating your DNS records, monitor the propagation of the changes to ensure that your website is accessible from all locations. DNS propagation can take up to 48 hours to complete, so be patient during this process.

Step 9: Cancel Your Old Hosting Account

Once you’re confident that your website is fully migrated to and DNS propagation is complete, you can cancel your old hosting account with your previous provider.

Congratulations! Your website is now successfully hosted on If you encounter any issues during the migration process, don’t hesitate to contact our support team for assistance.