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Install WordPress as multi-site, choose the option sub-directories. Your main blog will now under example.com/. Create a second sub-site and set its slug to portugueseblog. This site will now be accessible under example.com/portugueseblog. Now import the content from the old blogs into the new one.


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Try python-wordpress-xmlrpc. See documentation and GitHub repository. I haven’t tested it for myself, but it looks promising.


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No, there isn't. And unfortunately that's because you've been using Blogger to do something it was never intended to do. I'm not saying this is a bad thing. Blogger (and WordPress) are built to handle an article format: One author publishes a large article Other writers create short-format comments Comments and replies are threaded together for context. ...


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Your best bet would be to auto-import the Blogger RSS feed. You'll set up a cron job in WordPress to check the Blogger site's feed for updates and, if they exist, create a new post with that content. There are a handful of plugins already out there that will do this for you, but essentially, here's what you do: Every 1 hour/2 hours/6 hours/whatever, load ...



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