Copying a Joomla! Copying the files and copying the database are separate operations. Which you carry out first will depend on your particular circumstances but in most cases it does not really matter. If your website is being updated frequently and you need to take your website offline while the copy takes place then you will probably want to perform the database copy last so as to minimize downtime. After you create the Database for your Joomla download and install Akeeba, it can be download from Joomla extension directory. There is a link to full instructions there as well. One method of copying the files from one Joomla! Depending on where you're placing the copy of your Joomla!
Transfer Joomla Site From Localhost to New Server
joomla Detailed Guide
Download the latest version of Joomla — You can download the latest version here. Move the unzipped Joomla files to your server — Joomla is big, so this will take a while. Put the files in the root directory of your server unless you are installing Joomla in a sub-directory or sub-domain. Set up the database — Access your control panel and make a new database and database user. You will also have to add the user to the database. Depending on your hosting provider the specifics of setting up a database will vary, so I can not show any images.
Full steps for Uploading Joomla to your website server
This article explains How-To move Joomla! The first thing you need to backup all files of your old website Joomla! Make a folder on windows and download all files to that folder using ftp. You can use the FileZilla client to download the files from the old server. This will help you to Export the Database from Old Server. The second thing you need to export your Joomla! Export the database in SQL format not with any other format. Make sure to export the complete database. Open the folder where you saved the Old Joomla! Open this file with a Notepad or Word pad, and make the necessary changes.
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