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I am using pagelines, mamp pro and coda, is there a step by step transferring site from local to live somewhere? Anyone know?

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The Simplest method is to install Wordpress and PageLines Framework on your live server. Then on your MAMP setup, backup both your Wordpress content and PageLines theme settings.


Then go to your live site and import both the Wordpress Content and your PageLines theme settings file.


See here for information - http://support.pagelines.me/docs/getting-started/migrate-pagelines-from-another-site/

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