Armadillo has a built-in backup feature that performs a complete export of your content, compresses it into a zip file, and then stores that zip file on your hosting account. You can use that backup file when moving your content to a new database.
To complete this process you will need the latest backup file created by Armadillo, and access to phpMyAdmin (a web interface for managing MySQL databases). If your web hosting does not support Armadillo's backup feature, you will need to use the phpMyAdmin online interface of your hosting account to create the backup file.
WARNING: Make sure the new database is empty, otherwise there is a risk that any content already in the new database may be overwritten.
You can then published your website to your hosting account, and visit the Armadillo page from a web browser. You'll be prompted to go through the online setup, so enter the new database details, and Armadillo will create the config file so that it can connect and display the content you've imported.
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