Okay, apologies up front for being such a coding novice. I am transferring a web site (not a blog) from a CMS called Populate over to WordPress, from one hosting to a different hosting. I don't have access to the source files on the current host. (Long story short, I'm not a code/site thief: the owner of the site business and its domain is locked out by her former admin. She asked me to help her transfer her site.) So... I'm looking at a lot of copying and pasting -- field by field! -- of the content from Populate over to WordPress. QUESTION: Is there a more efficient way to do this? I can grab source code from View Source, of course, but what good is that for plugging wholesale into Word Press? And I don't write PHP (shame on me, eh?) Or is there a way to do that? (Fingers crossed!) Thanks a ton! C
You would have to visit each page in your browser and do a save as html then upload all files according to the plugin instructions to your new server before you run the import.
I attended a presentation of the plugin the author gave at a WordCamp and it works great.