Skip to main content
Help Center
The GoDaddy Community will undergo maintenance starting on Wednesday, July 28th at 3pm PST / 6pm EST. Learn more
Showing results for 
Show  only  | Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

GoDaddy Platform to Wordpress Platform

Good day to all!


Just want to ask if you all experienced to transfer your website in GoDaddy platform to Wordpress platform? 🙂 I need some help on how to do it. Hope you could help me. Thanks in advance! 🙂

Super User I Super User I
Super User I

By "WordPress platform" do you mean something line Have you looked at the managed WordPress option available from GoDaddy? I find that the GoDaddy managed products are great for staying out with WordPress. Think of the ease of a full WordPress install with the benefit of support and management fir those not so glamorous things like upgrades. 

...turns out that my two cents is worth less or more depending on the current exchange rate.

roy darling *my posts seem a lot shorter in my head

Advocate VII

Hi @darlena,


I use the GoDaddy Managed WordPress platform extensively and have migrated standard php-based sites.  The key to the migration is to take your text and save it in a .txt file (I use notepad++)  Make sure you've stripped your html tags. I've made the mistake of trying to just do a simple copy/paste, with the result being unwanted html during the copy.


Save your images to a common location. Once you have your theme installed, you can FTP your image files to your WP upload folder. The images will be available through your media library.  Now you're basically ready to take advantage of your theme's capabilities.


One issue to watch for.  If you set automatic updates, ALWAYS check your site when GoDaddy sends you an email saying an "


You might want to take some time to familiarize yourself with the page-layout elements before you begin your transfer.  There is so much available its easy to get lost in the "let me try this" while trying to get the layout correct.  For example, one of the themes I use is Avada.  It has a TON of elements available. Knowing what the elements (and the terminology for  a particular theme) will save time in making the transfer.


Hope this helps,


Not Just Pretty Sites, Pretty Doggone Smart Sites