Moving a Lay Theme website
Deactivate your license key before moving your website in "Lay Options" → "License Key". This way you can use your key on the new domain.
If you forgot to disable your key send an email containing your key to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a reset.
You can also move your website by yourself without using a Plugin:
Watch this video to see how to move your website manually:
I imported my database and my “Customize” settings are lost
Your Customize settings and more can be lost when you import your database to another server. The reason for that is most likely that I use emoticons as an option for "Customize" → "Project Arrows" for "Arrow Type" → "Icon".
Please open the database that you exported with "Migrate DB" with your favourite texteditor. You might need to unzip it before.
Search for the word "theme_mods_lay". You should find a textline that looks something like this:
(128, 'theme_mods_lay', …
This line of text contains all Customize settings. Search for the word "pa_icon" and find some text that looks like:
Replace this with
"pa_icon";s:0:""; and save your file. Now when you re-import your database your Customize settings should be intact.
I imported my database and some images don’t show up
First make sure your folder "wp-content" → "uploads" contains your images.
Some images might not show up because of image-filenames that contain special signs like ö, ü, é or spaces.
In this case one solution can be to install the WordPress Plugin Regenerate Thumbnails and use it to regenerate all images.
If that doesn’t work you need to re-upload the images and re-insert the images that are not shown.
Using multiple domain names for the same Lay Theme website