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How do I transfer an iWeb site to WordPress?

Question by mandy_l_wilson: How do I transfer an iWeb site to WordPress?
I’m fairly proficient in iWeb, but know next to nothing about WordPress. My primary reason for switching is due to SEO. I have hosting with Go Daddy, if that helps at all. Thanks in advance!

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Answer by Tim
You dont. WordPress is a content management system that uses a database to build websites. You’d have to create the website in wordpress to mimic your iWeb site.

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How easy is it to transfer from Blogger to WordPress?

Question by Jay: How easy is it to transfer from Blogger to WordPress?
I currently having a gaming and diet/fitness website. I want to test out my niche under a free domain so I don’t waste any money on failed projects. However, I don’t know how hard it would be to transfer to a WordPress platform if I do find success.

Anyone know if Blogger to WordPress transfer is easy? If not, is there another free blogging platform that is easier?

Thanks!

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Answer by Massy
if you choose the automated tool CMS2CMS, you’ll get your new site in a minutes. it moves data via the bridge that you add to your config file and all your data is migrated. So, all you do is press a few buttons in the migration wizard.

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How can I transfer the domain which I bought on wordpress to my tumblr blog?

Question by levlotus: How can I transfer the domain which I bought on wordpress to my tumblr blog?
I recently bought a domain through wordpress and would now like to transfer this domain to my current tumblr blog. I looked up a couple web tutorials which told me to change the nameserver and ip adress all of which I attempted to do. Please help!!!!
THANKSSS

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Answer by Smelly Cat
http://www.tumblr.com/docs/en/custom_domains

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How do I transfer my existing WordPress Blog to MAMP?

Question by Uncharted Knitter: How do I transfer my existing WordPress Blog to MAMP?
I have installed WordPress onto my computer and the new local database all set up, and imported the original blog’s XML file from WP into MAMP– but it didn’t xfer the template. How do I import my blog and domain as is, to the new database?

I’ve been wracking my brain for hours trying to figure this out. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Answer by Japh
If you have an existing WordPress site on a server and are trying to install the theme from that site to a new local installation, you should be able to log into your existing server with an FTP program (such as FileZilla) and download the theme to your new installation.

You will find the theme somewhere similar to: ~/public_html/wp-content/themes//

Though that path will vary depending on your server.

If it is a freely available theme from the WordPress theme directory, then it should be even easier to simply obtain the theme again. Just log into your new WordPress admin, and under the “Appearance” menu, there’s a “Themes” menu, and you can search for themes and install them that way.

I hope that helps!

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How can I transfer my blog from wordpress to blogger and still keep all my posts?

Question by LyssaRie: How can I transfer my blog from wordpress to blogger and still keep all my posts?
I’ve been writing on WordPress for a while now, but I prefer to use Blogger after reading so many blogs on that site. Is there a way I can transfer my posts to Blogger from WordPress and not lose any of my information? I’m not necessarily interested in keeping the blog name, so that isn’t an issue. I just don’t want to lose my posts. Please help!

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Answer by William Wnekowicz
You should be able to import the RSS feed from WordPress.

Go to the import settings on Blogger and if they ask for the feed URL, you would give them something like: http://yourURL.com/?feed=rss2

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Will

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