I would like to have the My SQL file to upload all the data of my blog into our new host
The blog I need help with is facteurgeek.com.
There is no blogger access to those files here. You can create an XML export file http://en.support.wordpress.com/export/
So if I want to transfer all the data of my blog to a new host, I have to pay 130$ to have the guided transfer ?
No. You create an XML export file of your WordPress.com content. It does not include the theme and the content of text widgets as they are not exportable. You then set up your WordPress.org install and import the XML file into it. http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/2012/08/31/moving-your-blog-from-wordpress-com-to-wordpress-org-resources-and-tips/
ok, but I’d like to import it on a bluehost server, and it import only a few media files, instead of all. Did you know why ?
I’m having the same problem transferring my files from wordpress to bluehost. Can someone help? Even the tech support at Bluehost is stumped!
We can only guarantee a valid export file, which appears to be the case on both of your blogs.
If you’re running into trouble importing to your WordPress.org blog, please contact the folks at http://wordpress.org/support/
After spending considerable time with Customer Service trying to import from WordPress.com, here is their response “There isnt anything we can to do troubleshoot the errors you are experiencing with the XML import. You might want to ensure that the same plugins are installed to the account that you are importing the information to. Other than that, you would need to see if there was a similar reported issue in the WordPress support forums at http://codex.wordpress.org/“
I take this to mean they don’t feel its their problem either. When I try and import I get the following error message “Failed to import post tag.” Any suggestions?
WordPress.com and WordPress.org are two entirely separate entities.
The export worked flawlessly, which is all we can guarantee.
Your issue is with the import on the WordPress.org end, which we have no control over and therefore can’t help with. You’ll need to get in touch with the folks at http://wordpress.org/support/
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