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"Murphy was an optimist!"

WordPress Convert March 13, 2008 12:14 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Cool Sites, Of Interest, Software, Technology, WordPress
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Kari the Herbalist, of The Lifted Lorax Show fame, has moved from iweb to using WordPress! Head over to YurtTrash and check our her story and a very well designed blog.

As a reminder, my standard offer is that if you get yourself some inexpensive hosting, and want to setup a WordPress site, I will happily help you. If your site is personal, you can also find volunteers to help you install from install4free.

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1. Melinda - April 20, 2008

Do you know how to transfer a site from iWeb to WordPress? I know nothing about CSS or XML or any of those… any ideas?

Thanks!

2. Doug McCaughan - April 21, 2008

I have searched a little and not found anything that immediately jumped out:
*A discussion just under a year ago says it may be possible but nothing is known. Do you have the ability to export from iweb to xml?
*Maciverse appears to be down at the time of this comment but the cached page is available on Google (although it is taking forever to load right now) and has the promising title of "How To: Import your iWeb Blog to WordPress"

If I could get access to iweb, I am certain we could figure something out. Feel free to contact me and I will try to help. Skype is probably best.

3. Reality Me » Import from iWeb to Wordpress - April 21, 2008

[…] decided against importing so I ceased seeking out a solution or writing one myself. Melinda has asked about the solution for importing from iWeb to WordPress. Luckily, Dan of MaciVerse wrote an excellent guide on March 8, 2008 How To: Import your iWeb Blog […]

4. Doug McCaughan - April 21, 2008

MaciVerse had the solution.


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