The Import Step 1 screen has two areas:
- Upload Area: The top half controls the options and actions around the upload of the archive.zip/daf file.
- Archive Area: The bottom half shows the archives that have been successfully uploaded.
|Options||In the upper right corner is a hamburger menu option that lets you control the view of the import screen. The following optionsare available
|Chunk Size||This setting controls how fast the server will upload a given archive file. On some hosts you can use the fastest settings on others it may need to be adjusted.Connections size are from slowest to fastest. If you have issue uploading a package start with a lower size. Upload speeds can be affected by various server connectionsand setups. Additionally, chunk size can influence the upload speed [Settings > Import]. If changing the chunk size is still slow, try uploading the archive manuallywith these steps:
|Max Size||This determines the maximum file size that can be uploaded. For more details on how your hosts server handles this setting please contact your host and alsorefer to the PHP online documentation.|
|Import File||The import file tab which contains the area titled “Drag & Drop Archive File Here” is the location were you can upload a Duplicator archive.zip/daf file to the current WordPresshost/server. Users can simply drag-n-drop the archive file or select the upload button to add the archive file.|
|Import Link||The import link tab which contains the area titled “Import from Link” is the location were you can upload a Duplicator archive.zip/daf file to the current WordPresshost/server from a URL. Users can simply add the location of the archive file URL and click the Upload button to import the archive file.|
|Archives||List all the archive files that have been uploaded to the current WordPress site.|
|Size||The file size of the archive file that has been uploaded.|
|Created||That data/time in which the archive was uploaded.|