Drupal developers tend to believe that migrating from Drupal to WordPress will be a painful experience and that WordPress cannot compete with Drupal’s features. Both views are incorrect.
WordPress is actually easier than you think to migrate to while the CMS contains many of the features that you rely on with Drupal thanks to Toolset. Furthermore, with the combination of Toolset and WordPress, it is much easier to build these advanced features than on Drupal.
Have you ever tried migrating a WordPress site manually? If you have, or know someone who has, you know how complicated, sometimes expensive and long a process it can be.
That’s why WP Engine have just launched a new plugin to significantly reduce the time it takes to fully migrate a site to their managed WordPress hosting platform – WP Engine Automated Migration.
Migrating a WordPress Multisite installation can be a tricky business. It’s not as straightforward as it is with single site installations, and there are no plugins to help you out. In this tutorial I highlight the steps I use to perform such Multisite migrations successfully.
Moving house is always a pain, and in the eyes of most people moving a WordPress installation is seen in the same light.
However it doesn’t have to be a complicated and terrifying experience. Not with the right tools.