You can do so by going to the website in Kinsta -> Backups -> Manual.
Make sure you a add a descriptive backup note such as "before converting trellis to vanilla wordpress" so you know which backup to restore if things went sideways.
Now that you're in public, type
cat current/composer.json and look for
If you found
"roots/wordpress": 5.5.1 in the previous step, you'd do the
wp core download --version=5.5.1
wp-config.php file with database credentials from Kinsta's dashboard and
the prefix from the current database.
wp config create --dbname="mosaad" --dbuser="mosaad" --dbpass="mosaad123" --dbprefix="wp_"
rsync -vrz current/web/app/ wp-content
rsync -vrz shared/uploads/ wp-content/uploads
rm bedrock-autoloader.php disallow-indexing.php register-theme-directory.php
Go to Kinsta's chat in the bottom-right corner and ask them to reset the root
directory to be
public instead of
public/current for the website you're
Example "Hey there, please reset the root directory for mosaad2 to be
The below assumes the production url contains
www.. It makes sure to replace
any old urls with
http only or without
www. as well.
wp search-replace "/app/" "/wp-content/" && wp search-replace "http://mosaad.com" "https://www.mosaad.com" && wp search-replace "https://mosaad.com" "https://www.mosaad.com" && wp search-replace "http://www.mosaad.com" "https://www.mosaad.com" && wp search-replace "https://www.mosaad.com/wp" "https://www.mosaad.com" && wp option update home "https://www.mosaad.com" && wp option update siteurl "https://www.mosaad.com"
Note: the order of these search-replace matters. if you replaced the domain
before you replace
/wp-content/ you might end up with urls in the
https://www.mosaad.com-content/uploads/06/img.png which will
break media links.
Check Redirects in your Kinsta's dashboard and make sure no rule is
/app/ or any url to the old
You can do so from your WordPress admin or from tools in your Kinsta's dashboard.
If you have image optimization plugins such as Nitro or OptiMole, make sure you clear their cache as well.
rm -rf releases current shared
I personally use Bitbucket Pipelines but you can use any CI service you wish.
Make sure you check your theme for any url that contains
/app/ and replace it
/wp-content/ or be a better developer and do it dynamically the proper
If you used something like
if(WP_ENV === 'production') it will fail because
that was generated by Trellis. You can either define it for live website
manually by editing the
wp-config.php file or remove these if statements from
If the above didn't work for you or you wish for me to expand on the why behind any of it, tweet at me. I'm very friendly.