Posts Tagged ‘import’

The Hidden Gem Of WordPress

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April 27th, 2009
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The other day, I was thinking about how easy it is to make a mess on the web. For example, purchasing a domain that you attach an email address to that is used for a year only to end up wanting to use a different domain. This means you have to go to every site you registered an account with and change the email address if you plan on letting the old domain retire. There are also a host of other issues as well which in the end, just seems like a giant mess. For this reason alone, I believe hosted blogging solutions will always have a market because you don’t have to worry about moving around or managing a domain. Typically, all you have to do is register an account and blog. However, users of WordPress.com have an awesome benefit that not many other blog hosting providers can match […]

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Reformatting WordPress

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February 25th, 2008
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This past weekend, I finally had the chance to unveil the new blog design for Jeffro2pt0.com. Because of the new design, I figured it would be a good time to reformat my WordPress installation similar to how you would reformat a PC to place a new installation of Windows on it. This gave me the opportunity to use the built in WordPress Export/Import migration tools. WordPress eXtended RSS: Because I didn’t want the trash in my current WordPress database to be inserted into the new database, I chose to export my content via WordPress into an WXR File. WXR stands for WordPress eXtended RSS. This WXR file will contain your posts, pages, comments, custom fields and categories. Even though it’s not officially listed as exporting your tags into the WXR file, the tags ARE included. In my case, I was exporting my content from a WordPress install that was at […]

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