Here begins my migration from WordPress to Drupal.
Why move from WordPress to Drupal?
I don’t advise anyone to move from WordPress to Drupal unless they have a strong reason. WordPress is friendly and you will be functional and confident in few months.
Drupal is overly complicated, bloated and very badly documented.
So why move to Drupal?
Drupal is designed for complicated sites. The Views facility, that is, it’s query function is very powerful.
This blog, Flowingmotion.jojordan.org has grown very big. I don’t even remember everything i have written. And I would like to find out. I would like to delete what is no longer of any use. I would like to organize what is still valuable. And I would like to rewrite what could benefit from rewriting.]
The benefits of migrating from WordPress to Drupal
I intend to download the content of this WordPress blog onto a development site on my laptop and reorganize its content.
I will use a Drupal module to do a rough-and-ready migration. Then I will start allocating posts to “Books”. That is, I will set up a “Book” and cross-reference them to existing posts. Once I have done that, I will be able to make a plan for each Book or collection.
I have also chosen a simple base them to think ahead to a “responsive” theme. I want people to be able to read my “Books” on their mobiles. When I rewrite the posts, I will take the smaller screen estate into account and chunk and structure the posts so that people can follow a complicated idea more easily.
- WordPress to Drupal : First steps
- Step 5: Consolidating my online strategy – moving my content from WordPress.com to self-hosted Dreamhost
- 5 minute install of DRUPAL on WAMP
- Step 4: Consolidating my online strategy – prepping my WordPress shell to import my blog content
- Two Important Tips when using WordPress on a local server like WAMP
- The 2 reasons I have come to work extensively with Drupal
- Add a Save button to the top of a Drupal post
- Install Drush on WAMP slowly but successfully
- How to migrate your Drupal site in 3 steps
- Step 3: Consolidating my online strategy – make a WordPress shell on Dreamhost