oik-clone helps you to selectively clone your content between sites.
Clone your WordPress content.
- Clone complete posts from one site to others including:
- Post meta data
- Taxonomy terms, including hierarchical taxonomies
- Relationships with other posts
- Attachments and media files
- On the first clone of content that had previously been manually created on multiple sites, the source post is matched to the target post using the post’s slug.
- Internationalized and localized
- Depends on oik-clone and oik being activated on the target size.
- Is able to clone fields created using oik-fields even if oik-fields is not activated on the target site.
- Clones media files using multipart forms. See Support pushing of media files using multipart forms
- Maps informal relationships in post content. See Support mapping of post IDs within content
- Only maps IDs when in the correct context
- Maps the oik custom image link if stored as post ID
- Maps source domain to target domain in content
- Clones hierarchical taxonomies to the target server
- Supports mapping of post IDs in post_meta data.
- Produces a message to remind you to clone parents before children
- Supports WordPress and WordPress Multisite
- Supports pull and reconciliation cloning
- Clone on update metabox
- Do Not Clone metabox
- Pull cloning
- Compares content between source and target ( current ) site
- Works with any content type except: Revisions, Menu items
- Provides Import new, Compare and Update actions.
- Side by side compare of matched posts
- Clone admin
- Ability to filter source post types listed
- Authentication defined per server
- Clone action on Self page
- Not tested for menus ( nav_menu_item ) or links
- Currently deletes, then recreates all post meta data on the target post
- Doesn’t process users
- Does not detect configuration differences, e.g. different plugins activated, post type and post meta registration differences.
- oik-clone is dependent upon the oik base plugin.