How to Migrate Forum from vBulletin to Joomla Kunena

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Find all you need to know about the smooth and coding-free migration from your vBulletin to Joomla with Kunena extension with this easy-to follow guide. Get all the details here: …

Find all you need to know about the smooth and coding-free migration from your vBulletin to Joomla with Kunena extension with this easy-to follow guide. Get all the details here:
http://www.cms2cms.com/supported-cms/vbulletin-to-joomla-kunena-migration

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  • 1. How to Migrate Forum from vBulletin to Kunena by CMS2CMS Team June, 2013 www.cms2cms.com
  • 2. How to Migrate from vBulletin to Kunena? Automated Migration Service www.cms2cms.com
  • 3. How to Prepare for Migration? 1. Back up your vBulletin website. 2. Install Joomla+ Kunena. 3. Find FTP access details (for vBulletin and Joomla) Find more info in this article www.cms2cms.com
  • 4. Migration Setup Step 1. Create your account Visit www.cms2cms.com Register your CMS2CMS account or sign up via Facebook or Google www.cms2cms.com
  • 5. Migration Setup Step 2. Set up your Source and Target sites 1. Select your Current and New CMS types 2. Type in the URLs of your vBulletin and Joomla websites www.cms2cms.com
  • 6. Migration Setup Step 3. Connect your Sites 1. Download Bridge file (zip) to your PC 2. Extract 'cms2cms' folder from the zip www.cms2cms.com
  • 7. o Connect to your vBulletin website via FTP o Upload extracted 'cms2cms' folder to vBulletin root directory. o Connect to your Joomla website via FTP o Upload 'cms2cms' folder to Joomla root folder index.php file Find more info here or watch the video tutorial. Migration Setup Step 3. Connect your Sites www.cms2cms.com Note. Root directory is the top folder with
  • 8. Migration Setup Step 3. Connect your Sites Go back to Migration wizard and click "Verify Connection to your Sites" www.cms2cms.com
  • 9. Migration Setup Step 4. Select Migration preferences 1. Check the box to activate forum modules migration. 2. Select extra options for your migration: Migrate Media - to have images moved (includes only images from website posts, forum images aren’t included). Make URLs SEO friendly - to have internal links formed according to the rewrite rules on WordPress website (doesn’t involve forum posts URLs). Clear Target website data - delete all content from the new website before the Migration. 3. Press ‘Confirm options’ button. www.cms2cms.com
  • 10. Migration Setup Step 4. Start Demo Migration You're all set to start your migration. It's recommended to run the free Demo migration to see how the service works. www.cms2cms.com Note. You can skip this step and start Full migration right away.
  • 11. Migration Setup Step 5. Start Full Migration Only one mouse click separates you from the new Joomla website with Kunena forum. After you click 'Start Full Migration', your vBulletin forum content will be moved to Kunena. You'll receive an email notification as soon as the transfer is complete. You'll be able to check the results and enjoy your new website! www.cms2cms.com
  • 12. Migrate your site now - it's never been easier! Go ahead and start the new life of your website! www.cms2cms.com