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Restoring ATO

Old Jan 8, 2010, 01:51 AM
21 posts · Dec 2009

I have just changed web hosting. What a nightmare!!

Anyway, my question is ~ is there anyway I can restore all the changes I made in the ATO area to bring my site back the way it was. I spent a considerable amount of time customising, did regular database backups, and have all the files I had with other provider saved on to my computer. I have tried to upload the .sql back up I had before the change over and because it is a different database name, it doesn't seem to be uploading everything as I had it in WP before the change. (Database name is different now).

When I copied the Atah themes folder, and activated it in WP, it has some of the footer options I had changed previously, and a header image I had as well, but as far as everything else ie. fonts, background, colour, layout etc everything is back to the default layout.

Is anyone able to help me with this, otherwise I guess I will have to do the work all over again.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.


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