I’ve moved my site (again – I’m worse than a migratory bird) from bizhat to freelinuxhost. While it wiped out the gains of validating the pages (the ads mess up the page, damn sloppy ad-coders), the move has consolidated all my activities under one URL – rvbhute.freelinuxhost.com. Might help me later, if I decide to move the whole show again 😉 . sitecopy proved real useful in the move. The tiny application showed a lot of muscle.
I had included the WP folder (the
/wordpress that you see in the URL) within sitecopy’s purview – this ensured that I was able to sync changes to WP files as easily as for the rest of the site. To complete the move, I was required to upload the files afresh to the server. This had me worried. Uploading WP using Filezilla had proved to be royal pain in the rear. 2.9 MB worth, no less. It was with a lot of misgivings that I fired up sitecopy.
No pain. It went about creating directories first and uploading files one by one patiently. Even the time required… was approximately half (or even less) of what Filezilla took. Absolutely superb. This was one part of sitecopy I hadn’t seen yet. Go figure.