Support » Plugin: WP Synchro - Migrate WordPress database and files » Fixed search/replace strings wrong

  • Resolved Harm10

    (@harm10)


    Hi!
    I am experimenting with this plug-in.
    I have set up a pull from myurl/sitetest to myurl/sitedupl.
    Both have working WP installations.
    The fixed (in free version I cannot change them) search/replace rules are generated like this:
    myurl/sitetest –> myurl
    myserverlocation/public_html –> myserverlocation/public_html

    As you can see the first rule is lacking the sitedupl part and the second rule does not have sitetest and sitedupl (the search and replace are exactly the same).
    Can this plug-in synchronize within the same domain?

    And btw can these search and replace rule fields be made any wider? Or maybe make them stretchable?

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  • Plugin Author WP Synchro

    (@wpsynchro)

    Hi,

    We dont currently support this way of syncing between subsites. We havent done any testing on this either, but it seem like it needs some changes to make it work 🙂

    Currently we have a task on the backlog for the next minor release (1.4.0) to support subdir installations. The release date is unknown at the moment, as we just released 1.3.x versions. But we would expect 1-2 months.

    Regarding the search replace fields. Maybe they are affected by some other styles, making them smaller than intended. Can you send a screenshot to support@wpsynchro.com of how you see them. If it is styles being overridden, we will of course include a fix in the next version.

    Thanks for taking the time to give us this feedback.

    If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us on support@wpsynchro.com

    // WP Synchro

    Hi!.
    Syncing between such sub sites would be a big help to get your test site (in a subdir) and the real site (not in a subdir or in another subdir) in sync!

    I sent a mail with a screenshot illustrating the width (or the lack of) of the search and replace rules.

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