I suppose you already know that WordPress has importers for many content management systems, even from an RSS feed, but there are times that what we want to import is a web that does not have any type of database or exportable system.
We also have problems when the old web uses an incompatible CMS with almost everything, or versions old that importers do not recognize.
On those occasions, leaving aside the tedious task of creating pages by hand and those undesirable things for the slow, we have a salvation.
And this salvation comes in the form of a plugin,a small wonder that allows you to import WordPress content from any URL, does anyone give more?
URL cloner uses theand allows the type of input, state of publication, category, author, even date of original publication of the URL that you are going to clone.
Pegas ?, Well, yes, it has one, and that is that at the moment it only allows cloning a URL every time, so the process can seem a tedious tedious if you had many pages on the old website, but doing the work does and well in most cases. I've tried it with a web made in HTML, with 20 pages, and it has done the job well, faster by far than if I had to create pages or entries on my own copying content.