Export your WordPress site to ePub • WordPress Help

If you want to adapt your site created with WordPress to the extended publication format called ePub a standard recognized by the iPad and the main sites of self-publishing like Bubok you can use the plugin wp2epub . Just by installing it you already have a tool page in which to convert the content of your site to this format and then, if you want, offer it for download or even publish it on the iBooks platform, you decide.

Also, you can decide to export only certain categories and tags. Really interesting.

How to migrate from WordPress to Blogger

Let's see, it's not that I promote it, rather you know that I usually recommend the opposite, but as you have to know everything in this life , and is part of the things that WordPress allows, let's see what would be the opposite process to the recommended one, how to migrate from WordPress to Blogger .

1. Export

The first thing is to export the entries, comments, labels, etc. of your WordPress (think about it, he would not do it, ah! What do you want to follow ?, OK, let's go …)

  1. Go to the window ' Tools -> Export ' from WordPress and save the XML file on your hard drive

Ea, you're done, remember that this is WordPress yet and in a couple of clicks you do almost everything. [19659007]2. Conversion

Unlike WordPress, which allows you to import from a large number of services, Blogger needs to be able to recognize the exported file, so we will have to convert it to something that Blogger can recognize.

For this we have to go to the application web that you will find in http://wordpress2blogger.appspot.com/ . There, in addition to the steps for migration (in English) you have a WordPress converter to Blogger. Simply upload your newly exported file and then click on the "Convert" button. Ojo!, The converter says it only works for files of less than 1 Mb, if your export file is bigger you will have to make a fix . However, I have uploaded a file of more than 2 Mb and it has worked, try to see if you are lucky, like me.

Once the export process finishes, the web application saves a file with HTML extension on your computer. , called ' blogger-export.xml.html ' that Blogger will recognize. Let's check it out.

3. Import

Now you have to go to the Blogger desktop and click on the "Create a blog" button or, if you already have it, access the Blogger import tool, choose the resulting file of the conversion, you fill in the captcha and press the "Import blog" button and wait for the green bar to finish moving.

At the end you will have created the entries, pages and comments, forget about categories and labels, that this does not is WordPress, and your blog on Blogger created in a few clicks.

And now, now that you already know how to migrate from WordPress to Blogger do not do it!

NOTICE : this Publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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WP Bundle

WP Bundle is a pack of WordPress themes that, for $ 80, will offer 10 "core" themes with a huge number of features. The project, still in progress, promises really interesting topics so it can be seen in the captures of them.

A peculiarity is that the themes will be Open Source, so you can modify and improve them to your liking once acquired. It is an interesting project, of which we must be aware …

WordPress for Blackberry 1.2, update piece

Just released the version 1.2 of WordPress for Blackberry and, sure, it's an update that you were expecting, because you use Blackberry and because it is loaded with improvements …

As you can see, they are not changes of nothing, it's a really powerful revision, which makes it the most capable mobile WordPress application to date.

SubV – Spanish subversion client

Hector Casado, a young developer, computer science student at the University of Salamanca, tells me about a Mac client for subversion ] SubV which he has created as an end-of-career work, which is great news as there is hardly any subversion client for Mac (I up to now the only reliable one that I used svnX and less free.

Of course, I downloaded it and I'm testing it for a while, and it's leaving a great taste in my mouth, not only because of the stability and reliability It is resulting, but especially, because of the pleasant and easy to use user interface that it offers, not only because of this in Spanish, which is appreciated, but also because the way of working is very simple. you can download here .

Special mention it deserves the history window, which shows the logs and diffs of each file, folder and / or repository, in a more than good, exemplary way. You just have to choose a file or folder, click on the history icon and in the new window you can navigate through the different versions and check the differences. Just great.

Well, the best thing is that you try it, I like it a lot, and I could not help but share it with you and, in the process, thank Hector for his great work.

I leave you some captures but the best thing is that you try it …

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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My images have not been imported • WordPress Help

A very common failure when importing a site in a recent installation of WordPress is that the import tool is not able to correctly import the images from the previous site. This is not in itself an application problem but many times the origin site simply does not allow certain types of commands, such as those required to download those images and import them into the new site.

This usually happens when we export our blog entries from WordPress.com to our own hosting, with the result that our posts look good, with their images, but with a quick glance we check that the images are not They have loaded into our new hosting but they are still showing from the WordPress.com repository of the type " http://misitioantiguo.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/imagen.jpg " or similar.

Before this (small) problem, I usually recommend one of these two possible solutions:

all new tags • WordPress Help

HTML5 comes with a good amount of new code tags so if you are a developer or just want to start to know them point, each item in the list is linked to the description page and how to use it: [19659002] Very soon you will start to see them everywhere, WordPress and its themes included, so take note, there are important news, especially keep an eye on the tags

BuddyPress 1.2.4

You are now ready to download the update of the plugin (yes, that is a plugin) BuddyPress 1.2.4 with solution to multiple failures found since the last version and, in addition, improvements in the compatibility with WordPress 3.0

The entry BuddyPress 1.2.4 published it first Fernando Tellado in WordPress Help . Do not copy content, do not say anything good about you to your readers.

3D theme with CSS3 – WordPress Help

The truth is that it is a virgin, perhaps impractical, but visually very interesting and full of possibilities. The 3D theme made with CSS3 that has developed by Nathan Barry may be the first of its kind, but I'm sure we'll see many more that take advantage of the features of CSS3 .

At the moment, as the only browser that supports CSS3 completely is Safari you can only enjoy it in all its beauty with this browser, because in Chrome or Firefox you'll see a nice, cool theme, but much less impressive. The best thing is that you download the latest version of Safari to enjoy it.

The theme is free so you can download it and try it for some special project you have out there or, if you have Safari, see Demo .

New attack on shared servers

For the last few days there is news of attacks on sites that are based on PHP as is WordPress, and today I can give some clear directions in this regard, sorry for the delay however.

The first thing to clarify is that is not a massive attack on WordPress but this injection of code affects any web based on PHP and, to this day, the other relevant data is that they also share a server, it is not happening on dedicated servers. In fact, if it were a massive attack on WordPress there would be many more infected sites, given the huge implementation that today (thanks to you) has this CMS.

This makes us think of two possible causes, one sure. The first is that the attacker uses security vulnerabilities of the server on which he is hosted and which he shares with other sites, and the second is that something is allowing the code to be injected into the PHP files of the attacked sites, either a bad plugin designed, a bad security configuration of the CMS used. However I bet on the first option because the Zettapetta has infected static sites where there were a couple of loose PHP files and, as I said, if it were something special for WordPress we would all be infected, or almost, and it is not.

This case is special, because there is even a video in which the supposed cause explains how to inject code into shared servers of Networks Solutions without having to steal usernames and / or passwords!

Fortunately there is a solution. [19659003] The attackers are infecting the webs with a script that tries to inject malicious software into the "client" sites and, in addition, prevents the anti-malware mechanics that modern browsers such as Firefox and Safari can detect.

script affects any shared server and attacks have already been verified in several top-tier hosting providers, such as Mediatemple.

In the atac sites The following javascript was inserted:

http://www.indesignstudioinfo.com/ls.php
http://zettapetta.com/js.php

And what does the Zettapetta ] this one of the noses is to add a lot of base64 code at the beginning of all the PHP files that will be found on the server, recursively. Come on, if it enters your WordPress it infects all the files 'core', those of the plugins, the themes, everything, up to the wp-config.php and the index.php usually empty.

Once the base64 is decoded, what it contains is this:

The bug has cloth so to clean it has been said …

The first thing is to try the hack they have developed in Securi.net . Download this file to your desktop:
http://sucuri.net/malware/helpers/wordpress-fix_php.txt and rename it to wordpress-fix.php

Once done this you upload it to your site by FTP and execute it from the browser. That is: http://miweb.com/wordpress-fix.php

The script takes a few minutes to complete as it scans your entire site and removes the malware entries, recursively as well.

When finished you can delete the file and then to ensure that you leave everything clean, follow these indications, as always:

  • Export all your content using the WordPress export utility and save the wp-content folder as well as any other that you use so manual. Check your theme, plugins and uploads folders, etc, before giving them for insurance.
  • Check the file wp-config.php to eliminate any possible code injection, change the permissions to 644 or, much better, load a wp -config.php completely clean.
  • Change all passwords: ftp, database. Use strong passwords, using alphanumeric characters and symbols
  • As the problem affects the database, it must be discarded. Delete the current one and create a new one or, failing that, check each one of the tables
  • Delete all the contents of the current WordPress installation (remember that you have done backup before)
  • Install a clean WordPress (latest version) ), using the information from the newly created database
  • Upload your wp-content folder again, once you have verified that everything is clean
  • Import the posts from your site that you exported with the WordPress import utility
  • Set up your WordPress securely by following the instructions in the links provided

Let the backup be with you!

NOTICE : This publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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