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You have created a great site with WordPress but you have to migrate it to a server that does not support PHP or databases, only HTML . Or another situation …

You have created your website with WordPress, you will not modify it anymore, and you or your client want to forget about updates, maintenance, and other issues associated with a CMS .

Surely you can think of more possible situations in which you want or need to migrate your web made with WordPress to static HTML . If this is the case, the thing has an easy solution.

You just have to install in WordPress that " you abandon " the WP Static HTML Output plugin you activate it and you go through the page of " Tools -> WP HTML Static Output ", you adjust a couple of options and you give " Generate ". After a while, which will depend on the amount of content on your website, you will have a zip ready to download, with the necessary files to upload to your new site, already in HTML .

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Of course you have this type of fixes, because what you get is a static HTML site, that is, you forget comments, modify pages or entries easily from an editor, to change the theme or add features through plugins as is is how it is, unless you want to get to modify the HTML or CSS by hand.

The subject of comments it is important, because the export will also show the comments form, so before exporting to HTML better installs and activates this plugin to deactivate them altogether and to export something that then does not go to work.

The zip that crea has everything you need a index.html with all the links and code needed to load your cover and a folder for each of the entries and pages that you had, and inside each folder the necessary files to show it as it was. It also downloads the active theme folder and some of WordPress in case you need images for the new site.

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As for the plugin, all it has to be said, it works like a joke, does what it promises . The author says that in future versions will incorporate the direct upload by FTP, but come on, that at the moment with having the zip, unzip it and upload the files to the chosen site you have more than enough.

The only fault I have found is that if you use a very peculiar " theme " it is not able to replicate all the dependencies of stylesheets and code, not giving an exact result to the previous one … but it approaches . But I already tell you that it is in special cases.

And, if you want to try, there is some other plugin that does the same as the one we have seen. You have, for example, Really Static with lots of possible adjustments, which comes to do the same. It works very well but for my liking there are plenty of settings for something so simple to do.

Another possible system for exporting WordPress to HTML is to use the application HTTrack which downloads any web with all its dependencies and files.

Come on, what power can you have, but better not do it if you do not have any need, you do not gain anything and you lose a lot, right? It is always better to do just the opposite, convert static HTML to WordPress .

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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How to export and import custom widgets • WordPress Help

I think you'll agree that migrate WordPress from one domain to another even from WordPress.com to your own server is really simple .

Either through the database, or with the WordPress import and export tools, with little effort you have your entries, pages, links, media and even the comments from your visitors as if nothing had happened.

But there is a stumbling block with which you have surely found: customizations of widgets .

It seems a lie but at this point, except that use widgets and manage your lateral bar / s / is directly in code, if you customize any widget, or simply have text widgets with your codes and personalized messages, or capture strips or copy-paste in a text file for later recover it, or there is no way to mig Well, yes, and it's as simple as installing the plugin Widget Settings Import / Export in the current site, which generates a JSON file that, already in the new site, also with the plugin installed and active, you can import and recover your widgets with their configurations and customizations .

It is also totally safe, since it does not overwrite anything of the new installation of WordPress, leaves the existing widgets intact . Just add new ones with the settings you had in the previous site.

Easy and cool, as it is WordPress!

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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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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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.

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Export in WordPress 3.0 – WordPress Help

Following the development of the updates of WordPress 3.0 I find in the latest version that the export utility has been completely remodeled, turning it into something – finally – really useful.

What it has been added is the possibility of exporting the content of your WordPress but can be selected by …

Does it sound like ?, Well yes, it seems that it has been integrated into the core functionality of Advanced Export for WP / WPMU a great plugin that, from WordPress 3.0 you can do without.

Move your blog from Blogger to WordPress

In this video, in English but simple to follow, you have the process of migrate your blog in Blogger / Blogspot to WordPress I hope it will help if you're still thinking about it. You have more detailed instructions in this post from Labnol .

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

Export by parts • WordPress Help

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<p> One of the questions that brings most WordPress users head to the time of <strong> migrate from server </strong> is the issue of the <strong> export of posts </strong>more specifically the import of the same.This is due to the <strong> limitations of the default servers </strong>including WordPress, when importing files large, that exceed 2 Mb. Not to mention if your WordPress is veteran and you have an exported file of dozens of megabytes. </p>
<p> Throughout several articles we have offered several possible <a href= solutions to this problem nail times modifying the behavior of the server importing the database, making fixes and even cutting the export file into pieces. We even did the WordPress backup guide (now incomplete).

Because export your WordPress is easy you just have to access the " Tools -> Export ", and will generate a file with all your posts, comments, categories, tags. The bad thing is to import, not to mention if we work with a WordPress Mu where both tables and export files can reach a considerable size.

Perhaps the best solution is to forget about this type of files that WordPress generates and use the export-import of the database what happens is that sometimes it is better to use the WordPress file, especially when you want to perform a clean migration ]solving errors in tables in the database. In the end you only lose the information stored by the plugins, and unless you use many surveys or downloads by plugin is usually not something vital.

Well if this is your case there is good news. Write this plugin: Advanced Export for WP & WPMu . This small wonder allows you to create several export files, divided by sections:

  • Range of dates (by beginning and end of month or year)
  • Author – Same as in the WordPress export utility
  • Category – Export a specific category
  • Type of content – And you can choose between posts or pages
  • Post status – You can choose between Draft, Published, Scheduled or Private

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<p> What's the difference? And best of all, you can combine several of the options, with what's even more powerful [19659004] That's right, as long as you do not configure anything, the export system works just like WordPress. To put it to your liking, to export with criteria, you must go then (once the plugin is installed and activated) to "Tools -> Advanced Export" and then define how you want to export </p>
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