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Thread: From Blogger to WordPress

  1. #16
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    Is there any sort of tutorial[video] for this...actually, I got very much interested in it and now intend to
    learn...so, if someone could help me?

  2. #17
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    There is a video tutorial for the redirection plugin here if that's any help

    http://bloggertowp.org/video-blogger...ugin-tutorial/

    Sandy

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    but it is good effort

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    Thanks for the useful source of information .....

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    hello to all,
    hey lisa thanks for provide link related beginner guide it's really helpful.

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    Once you installed Wordpress, make sure to spend some time about security. Like patches and firewall hardening. There are a lot of threats out there. More than you can imagine.

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    Out of the box WordPress is not secure. The author archive URL is the first thing that springs to mind regarding vulnerabilities. I warn people constantly about how you can get hacked if people find out your WordPress login username.

    I patch it through phpMyAdmin.

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    I know I'm a little late lol. But I wanted to chip in one practice I really appreciate. IDK about other hosts, but there is a "clone" function that works amazing. What I would do, when migrating my site from one platform to another, is leave the original site alone first, then create a subdomain (or folder) create the site, then clone it over to the Main domain. Pro Tip, I would use the same permalink structure that blogger uses, to not interrupt the SERP links,

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    By the way- I saw the site, and it looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachariahlogan View Post
    Pro Tip, I would use the same permalink structure that blogger uses, to not interrupt the SERP links,
    Blogger permalinks end with .html where I don't think WordPress does. If you imitate the exact same permalink structure as Blogger fine. But I really don't think you can.

    I have had to use 301 redirects for this.

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