From iWeb to WordPress • WordPress Help

It's true that I already explained quite a while ago how to export from iWeb to WordPress but as grandparents say " ] the sciences advance that is a barbarity "and today there is already a simpler and more elegant solution to convert a site created with iWeb the application of Apple WordPress.

iWeb to WordPress from Rage Software, is an application (paid for that) that for $ 39.95, about € 29 today, makes it much easier to migrate from iWeb to WordPress. [19659004Maybeyouaskyourself" and why am I going to do this migration, spending money, if in fact the blog that I set up with iWeb is beautiful and it works? ", then look where, because Apple abandoned the MobileMe project something that is falling, the comments are going to stop f unitar just for that reason it's worth it because in these times there is no sense in a blog without comments, without user interaction, do not you think?

Well that, if you have something done with iWeb you better go migrating it because it will largely stop working as before.

Going back to iWeb for WordPress it's a application for Mac OSX that, after installing it, is to sew and sing. Opening the main window you just have to do the following to export your iWeb to WordPress:

  1. Open iWeb and export your site to a local folder
  2. You must enter the URL of your site in MobileME in the URL field of the site export it to iWeb. If you do not do this the comments will not be exported
  3. Then open (or drag it to the window) the folder of your site exported in iWeb for WordPress
  4. That's it! The application generates everything you need to set up your site in WordPress, or add it to an existing installation

In this video you have the process, so you can see how simple it is …

You can download the application but only the export of tickets will work and comments to WordPress if you pay for the software.

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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