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WordPress Tip: Moving Images with Site Migrations

by Tom Johnson on Sep 8, 2010 •
categories: wordpress

If you've ever had to migrate a WordPress site, moving images from one host to another, you know how tedious and time-consuming this process is. In this WordPress screencast, I provide a tip that helps you move the images in a seamless, simple way that almost seems like magic using the Cache Images plugin.

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