WordPress2Blogger is no longer available as of 2015. You might have the ability to use one of the other WordPress Development programs found here, however they seem to be somewhat failed and they have a whole lot more involved processes. Some individuals are still getting this process to work, although it requires downloading the code and executing the Python script yourself.
Here’s the Old Process
Moving a blog from Events WordPress Theme to Blogger was really fairly simple as long as you had administrative access to your WordPress blog. Google’s Chicago office is home to an engineering team known as the Data Liberation Front which really makes this fairly simple . The target is to transfer data to and from any Google instrument, and while there isn’t a tool to immediately move your WordPress website to Blogger with a single click, then Google simplified the process and hosted the open source resources needed.
1 thing which won’t import is the general look and feel of your site. That’s handled by the subject. You can pick a new theme in Blogger, but you can not import your WordPress theme.
To begin with, you have to export your WordPress blog. If you maintain a single-person blog, this isn’t a problem.
Log in to your accounts wherever you are hosting it. In our case, we are using a site hosted on our own domain with our own installation of WordPress applications. You may have started a blog on WordPress.com. If so, the process is the same.
Proceed to the Dashboard.
Click Tools: Export
You will have some choices here. If you’d like just the articles or just the pages, then you can do that, but generally, you’ll want to export both.
Click Download Export File.
You’ll end up downloading an export file using a name which looks something similar to”nameoftheblog.wordpress.dateofexport.xml.” This is an XML file specifically designed as a copy of WordPress content. If your aim is to move your site from one WordPress host to another, you’re set. In cases like this, we have to massage the data to get it into the format we desire.
Update: This is actually the process that seems to have been discontinued.
The Data Liberation Front hosts an open-source project called the Google Blog Converters. It’s designed to do precisely what we need. The WordPress to Blogger conversion application will require that XML file and change the markup to Blogger’s format.
Upload your file using the WordPress to Blogger tool.
Save your converted file to your hard drive.
In cases like this, you’re likely to get a file called”blogger-export.xml.” The only thing that’s really changed is the XML markup.
Now that you have your old site data converted to a format such as Blogger, you have to import that site into Blogger. You can begin a new site, or you may import your content into an existing blog. The dates of your articles will probably be whatever date that they were on WordPress. If you had an old blog you forgot about or did not realize you could import, this is a good way to backfill your own content.
Log onto Blogger and go into the settings to your blog. The measures that you use to get there may vary somewhat depending on if you’re using the old or new version of the Blogger dashboard.
Proceed into Settings: Other
Click Import Blog
You’ll have to navigate for your blogger-import.xml. Do not attempt the original WordPress file. It won’t work. You might have to enter some CAPTCHA text to stop somebody from using a script to hack on your account and import a bunch of spam articles.
Pick whether you would like to automatically publish all articles. Uncheck this box if you would like your articles to be erased as draft articles. This may be a good idea if you would like to preview your work and make certain everything imported as expected.
Congratulations, you’re done. Inspect your posts to be certain that your images and content created the trip.
Do not forget to let everyone know the site has moved and to conceal your old blog after every thing has imported successfully. This is located in the Dashboard under Settings: Privacy in WordPress. You should at least hide it from search engines even in the event that you elect to keep the posts visible. You’re welcome to leave both sites as is, but this might be confusing to blog traffic and it might also affect your placement in Google search results because distributing content can make you appear to be a spam blog.
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