Moving from Blogger to WordPress

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Well that was surprisingly painless. For those who care about such things, TameBay is now running on WordPress. I wanted to move to gain a variety of fun new functionality, most of which I’ve now forgotten, but there is a search box over there on the right, in case you’re looking for wise words buried in the depths of the archives.

With thanks to Dr Mike for pointing out to me that for WordPress-hosted blogs, you need to look at the documentation on wordpress.com; if you’re hosting your own, you need to look at the Codex on wordpress.org. Now I’ve been told it, it makes sense – but for an absolute newbie, especially one coming in from Google, there’s little to indicate that what you’re reading might not be relevent to the set-up you’re about to implement. If I were WordPress, I’d have some big fat indicators (*at the very least* different ‘branding’ in the form of very different stylesheets) to indicate which set of files relate to which product, and I’d make it even more obvious that the two are different.

However, biggest thanks of the day go to Ady Romantika for the New Blogger import plugin, without which, I wouldn’t have sorted it til next week.

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