Drupal to WordPress migration: posts table mapping

Following on from Drupal to WordPress migration explained, I will create a series of posts documenting the table mappings for a site migration from Drupal 6.x to WordPress 3.x. To read the mapping, you look up the Drupal table on the left listing the fields we use for a migration. Directly to its right is […] Continue Reading

Drupal to WordPress migration explained

In this post I will give a step-by-step explanation of my Drupal to WordPress migration script. Since I offer site migration as a paid service, readers might be wondering why I’m giving away some of my secret sauce. The simple answer is that the ingredients of the sauce are anything but secret. A web search […] Continue Reading

Q: What is your process for Drupal to WordPress migrations?

The whole migration process is very much an iterative process of fine tuning until you’re satisfied with the end result. We call each iteration a ‘pass’ because we pass through the database with our migration script repeatedly, making slight adjustments as we gather more information. Since there are so many variations between Drupal installations, we […] Continue Reading

Drupal to WordPress migration notes

These Drupal to WordPress migration notes are intended for clients who are handling some aspects of the migration themselves. Users of the Drupal to WordPress Migration Tool or MySQL queries might also find information here to resolve some problems. Admin account password and email address Your content management system (CMS) administrator password and email address […] Continue Reading

Drupal to WordPress utility now public

I’m releasing my in-house tool for Drupal to WordPress migration. You can go directly to the download page for the latest version of the utility. If you’d rather let someone else do the work, you can find more information at my dedicated migration service page. When I started Another Cup of Coffee, we specialized in […] Continue Reading