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  • tech0x20 1:30 pm on February 20, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: enterprise2.0   

    Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext 

    Jive, Lotus Connections and Socialtext | Jon Mell – Web 2.0 ideas and strategy.

  • tech0x20 7:34 am on January 10, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: blogger, import   

    Importing an ftp blogger blog into WordPress 2.7 

    If you have a blogspot blog or custom domain, there is a Blogger
    import in wordpress:

    • wp-admin
    • Left Sidebar Tools, Import
    • Select Blogger

    Of course, if you have your own hosting and use Blogger via FTP to
    publish your blog, this is not an option

    I tried using the RSS feed import in blogger (as did other people), but when I tried the import, it failed with no errors.  (No posts were added to my WordPress blog, yet the import displayed only, “All done, Have fun!”

    Instead, I chose to convert my Blogger FTP blog to blogspot.

    • Go to Blogger.com
    • Click on “Settings” for your ftp blog.
    • Under the “Settings” tab, click “publishing”

    You’ll see the following options

    Switch to: • blogspot.com (Blogger’s free hosting service) • Custom Domain (Point your own registered domain name to your blog) • SFTP (secure publishing on your ISP server)

    • Click blogspot.com
    • Pick an arbitrary blogspot.com address, verify the word, and select [Save Settings].

    Then follow the normal steps to import the redirected blog into WordPress.

    If you’ve already imported from Blogger, you may have to select [Clear Account Information] and then [Authorize] to refresh the list of blogs.

    • Stephen Tucker 10:11 pm on February 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Great idea. Now that Blogger is deprecating ftp, I’m in the process of switching my stuff over to WordPress.
      .-= Stephen Tucker´s last blog ..Eviction Notice =-.

  • tech0x20 7:27 am on August 26, 2008 Permalink | Reply  


    I’m testing out ScribeFire, after finding out that the blogger bar for Firefox does not work in Linux. So far, this has been a pretty exciting experience. The setup wizard works great with Blogger… all you need is your blog URL and Blogger login to set up.

    Will I ever use the Blogger.com interface for posting again?

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