Wix doesn’t make it easy for users to switch their platform to WordPress – but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. In order to convert the client’s Wix site into a WordPress site, DigiGround had to purchase the hosting for the website. Our web developers then set up a temporary domain to use as their website while we got things prepped. Once this migration from Wix to WordPress was complete, we then switched the client’s Wix domain to point to the new website.
In some cases, we might migrate your website manually. Our web developers will simply copy the content from the Wix site and add it into the WordPress website. This is an option we recommend for any clients who have a small website (fewer than 20 pages and posts).
With the new website all set up in WordPress, all we had left to do was hand over the ownership to Run Theory. Now, they had a fully-functioning WordPress website that they could edit and update whenever they needed – and with no extra costs required!
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