We can move the wordpress website using below mentioned steps.
Create a new folder: The first step in moving or copying your website to a new location is to create the new directory. You can do that via the File manager tool or via your favorite FTP client.
Create a copy of the files: Once the destination folder is created, copy the website's files in it. Again, you can do that via the File manager tool or over FTP client. You need to copy all files from the WordPress website's folder to the destination folder. Make sure that you do not forget the .htaccess file which is hidden and might not be visible. To ensure hidden files are shown, select the Show Hidden Files (dotfiles) checkbox that appears as a pop-up. Double-check if all related files have been copied to the new folder.
Create a copy of the database: Now you need to export your database. If you are not certain what is the database name, you may look it up in the wp-config.php file. After you have your data exported, create a new database and import the content in it.
Reconfigure WordPress to work with the new URL: Next you need to reconfigure your WordPress application to work from the new folder with the new database. To do this, open the wp-config.php file in the WordPress website's folder and locate the following lines:
/** MySQL database username */
/** MySQL database password */
/** MySQL hostname */
You need to replace those values with your new database, database username and password for it. Make sure that the hostname is localhost. Then save the file. You should make sure to update the WordPress URLs to the new one as well.