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How to convert html content to wordpress

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    How to convert html content to wordpress How to convert html content to wordpress Document Transcript

    • How to Convert HTML Content to WordPress: Must-Have Guide [Tutorial] Undoubtedly, if you run a static HTML website, you are your own master (hmm.. or in case if you are a programmer at least). Plus, you shouldn’t worry about constant version updates, you personally conduct your website SEO, code structure, and design. Sure, there are some drawbacks: if you are not a web expert, you have to ask a programmer to add or edit some content; it’s pretty difficult to get some extra options – you have to write your own code, test it and other manipulations; and it’s so easy to damage your site script…Too much, isn’t it? Maybe, it’s better to make a desperate step forward and convert your existing website to CMS, something like WordPress? Just check out, WP allows to manage every bit of the content without expert assistance, it’s possible to add both free and commercial plugins (whatever to your wish and demand), any time you may proceed with editing, publishing, etc. Looks like a nice alternative! So, let’s move on. Now, you have decided that it would be nice to try WP as your web project basis, but you may ask how to save your current HTML site content. Here’s the solution – how to convert a static html site to wordpress automatedly in a few mouse clicks. All you need to do is follow the tutorial below. HTML Content to WordPress Conversion: Make it Step-by-Step 1 Step. Back up Your HTML Site Before you have started the site conversion, make a backup of your current website data. It will help you to exclude all the migration risks. You may use hard drive, flash drive or any other possible way of data backup. 2 Step. Install New WordPress Site Create your new WordPress website and make their all the necessary installation, for instance, select your new site design, activate all the necessary plugins, etc. 3 Step. Register CMS2CMS Account Now, you may set about your HTML content to WordPress conversion. Go towww.cms2cms.com and register their your account, or you may just loging via Facebook or Google+. pecify the URLs of Your HTML and WP Site In the provided fields in the migration wizard type the URLs of your sites. In case you haven’t installed your new WordPress site yet, you may still try the migration. It’s possible to convert a part of your site content to a test WordPress web page. So, you’ll be able to see how your WP site will be look like.
    • 5 Step. Create the Connection Bridge Between HTML and WordPress Sites Next, you have to establish the connection between your sites:     upload the bridge file to your local computer the file will be saved as ‘cms2cms’ zip – extract it to some folder now, connect to your sites via FTP client software (you should find out your FTP host name, login and password) then, copy ‘cms2cms’ folder to the top folders of your HTML and WordPress with the index.php files.
    • 6 Step. Start Free Demo Migration After that you may go back to your migration wizard and verify the connection by pressing the corresponding button. Also, you’ll be able to select some additional options for html site to wordpress conversion. Now, you may start the free Demo Preview. It means that CMS2CMS will convert up to 10 pages of your HTML content to WordPress in order to show you how the migration works. 7 Step. Final Stage – Full HTML-WordPress Conversion Then, if you are happy with the demo migration, you may start the full conversion of your website content. When the transfer is over, you’ll get an email notification and will be a sign that you may check out your new WordPress website.
    • So, if you don’t want to wait any more you may launch your automated HTML to WordPress conversion right now, just set up your free Demo Migration and get your new site in split moments.