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I found the solution for this: Settings » General » Change URL address I changed my site URL to new and it's working just fine.
Hmm.. in this case you may try this converter http://www.cms2cms.com/supported-cms/bb-press-to-wordpress-migration/ by default it migrates all bbpress content to wordpress posts, however, it's possible to offer some additional website customization. In general, the regular migration takes approximately 15 minutes, so i guess you won;t spend much time on ...
Speaking about the point #6, you may try this wordpress plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/cms2cms-html-to-wp-convertor/ it grabs the static pages of HTML site from your XML sitemap and copies it to the WordPress core. Also, you may just specify the exact URLs of pages that should be converted and with the help of this plugin you'll be able to do this in a ...
I think it can be done with a redirection plugin. I won't recommend touching .htaccess file without expert knowledge. Add New Redirection like this: Source URL: /home?format=rss Target URL: http://YOUR_WORDPRESS_SITE/feed Save the settings.
I would install a plugin like WP Migrate DB and enter the new server path and site address before exporting the database from your live site. Otherwise, you can run a script like this one on your local installation https://github.com/interconnectit/Search-Replace-DB
Sorry I figured out this isn't related to wordpress migration, but the plugin used to display the source code. Was using Syntaxhighlighter Evolved and it couldn't un-escape HTML entities, changed into Syntax Highlighter for WordPress and all is fine now
You could do it yourself using the following plugin, though if you have 1,000's it may be beneficial to use SQL queries. bbPress Topic to Post Converter (Here's the specific code)
I imported the 2 tables in the target database and faced permission issue while logging in to the target site , then I followed this site http://beconfused.com/2007/how-to-solve-you-do-not-have-sufficient-permissions-to-access-this-page-in-wordpress/ and it fixed the issue.
This can be somewhat tedious, but hopefully this helps. The less that changes from one environment to the next, the less painful this process will be. Particularly, if the domain, site id, file paths remain the same, the less painful this process will be. This post assumes some knowledge of database management. It is not a complete step by step because you ...
Did you follow these docs?: http://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress You can leave all your files in /wordpress/ and simply make WordPress appear to be in root. See http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory#Using_a_pre-existing_subdirectory_install If /html/website is really web root, you don't use that string in any configurations, ...
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