These are the steps from migrating wordpress to joomla
- Backup everything in your WordPress site (Manage -> Backup) and save it on your computer. (If you haven’t backed anything up before, you may need to activate the plugin in WordPress.)
- Install Joomblog in Joomla! (1 com, 1 bot, and 2 mods)
*** If you’ve been using JD-Wordpress in Joomla!, then skip to step 6. ***
- Install JD-Wordpress in Joomla!
- In phpMyAdmin, import the WordPress backup (from step 1) into the database that Joomla! is using.
- Under Components -> JD-Wordpress, go to Manage -> Categories, and make sure they’re in a category. If it says “Uncategorized” but is not linked to a category called Uncategorized, then it’s not categorized. If this is the case, Manage -> Categories and make sure you have categories created. Then, Edit each post, select a category, and Save. There’s probably a script that could be written for phpMyadmin, but I’m not that savvy.
- Under Components -> Joomblog, select Import, and click on Import WordPress. *
- Once this is complete, look in Content By Section -> WordPress_Joomblog and you should find your articles.
- Now is the fun time of placing the imported content in the right Joomla category and editing each one to clean up any mess the switch left behind.
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There is a tool where you can import your WordPress entries as articles in Joomla
1)Download your web site and Save the .xml file as wordpress.backup.xml
2)From WordPress Converter;Select WordPress Backup and browse your computer for the WP xml file, this is the file that you ve saved at Step 1 under the name: wordpress.backup.xml
3)3. At the “Save to” tab browse where you want to put the migrated WP xml file to a Joomla sql file, for example: wordpress.backup.xml
You should save this file with the .sql extension. For example we saved it as joomla.sql at C:/joomla.sql