I have been struggling to import a cctm.json file from my online website into a localhost wordpress installation. My goal is to set up a safe environment to test out some more advanced uses of your plugin with taxonomy plugins… but it seems I’m unable to import the cctm file.
Unwilling to brush off your plugin as rubbish I found that the problem only lies with my online website’s cctm.json back up. I have a lot of custom fields and have created a business directory from it so the file size is 22.4kb. I isolated the issue to the file size, or something to do with the exports from the website, by successfully importing a 443 byte file from another blank wordpress installation with a single CCTM custom field as a test.
My worry at this point is that should, for some unforeseeable reason, my website become corrupted I would be unable to restore it automatically using the import feature.
Is this an issue anyone has encountered before? I haven’t asked a more specific question because at this point I’m not sure if CCTM is able to handle larger files or if I might have too many custom fields. Any ideas on how to resolve this?
Note: I have the most recent versions of CCTM, WordPress and PHP5 on a Dreamhost account and a localhost testing environment powered by MAMP.