I signed up for a Godaddy IIS hosting plan ages ago. I went with IIS because I was more familiar with ASP than Apache-based scripting languages at the time, and I went with GoDaddy because… well, can’t really recall why.
Fast forward a few years and I’m now just as comfortable in PHP as in ASP, and I’ve got a shiny new hosted WordPress blog on my GoDaddy account. As is well known, WordPress on IIS has its limitations. The more I try to do with my blog/site, the more I realize this, and I’m now ready to make the switch to Apache.
So, GoDaddy allows you to switch your hosting plan for free via an automated process. What I’d like to know is, what do I need to do in order to prepare for this switch, to ensure that my blog is up and running ASAP after I switch over.
Will it be painless or will I need to be prepared for some headaches. Any suggestions?
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