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These instructions will outline how I moved several long-running blogs from Typepad to a self-hosted WordPress account. Typepad makes this very difficult, but the ease of use, remarkable flexibility, and great support community of WordPress makes it all worthwhile. These instructions are from moving to a self-hosted WordPress site, not a free, hosted WordPress.com site.
We recently rescued a complex and older weblog Uncoy.com from Typepad and moved it to WordPress with absolutely zero broken links or posts. Why do we write rescue ? First of all Typepad is a truly awful platform for anything but the most basic weblog.
How to Port Your Blog from TypePad to WordPress (Part 2) | The Mobile Technology Journal of Smilin' Joe FissionBrowse > Home / Blogs , Web / How to Port Your Blog from TypePad to WordPress (Part 2) This is Part 2 of a 2-part post on migrating your blog from TypePad to WordPress. << Part 1 While the information in this post uses TypePad as the subject. much is transferable to other platforms.
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