In WordPress (Http: //localhost/tutorial/wp-admin/tools.php) there is 3 task to do from the “Tools” menu.
A button called “Press this” can be found from the link above or the “Available Tools” sub-menu. This is a bookmark. You can drag and drop it into the browser’s bookmark toolbar. So if you are visiting any website, if you find an article or anything like that, then if you click on the “Press this” bookmark in this bookmark bar, a new window will open with information about that article. This window is a post making window, now you can edit your article and publish it on your site.
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After the “Available Tools” sub-menu, there is an “Import” link. If you have any other blogs or other sites that have many pages and posts, then you can fetch data (posts, pages, etc.) from them and put them in this blog.
Suppose I have another WordPress site from there, I want to bring all the posts, pages, categories to this blog. Then clicking on the “WordPress” link (if there is an internet connection) will popup installing a plugin called an importer. After installing the plugin, click on the “WordPress” link will bring up the import options like the following.
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Here, you can select your XML file from “Choose File” and click on the “Upload file and import” button to view all your site data now on this site. Now, how can I get another site’s data in XML format? For that reason, go to that site and use the “Export” sub-menu.
Finally, there is the “Export” sub-menu. You can find out your entire site’s posts, pages, categories, etc. in XML format. For that, go to the “Export” sub-menu and select the All Content checkbox and click on the “Download export file” button.
If you wish, you can export the entire site instead of just selecting the site’s posts or pages (Posts, Page). You can import these exported files on any WordPress site using the “Import” sub-menu (as described in point 2 above).
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