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Blogger imported to wordpress

Hi

I've imported by blog from blogger lately to my wordpress newly hosted blog.

The posts were transferred successfully, but pictures are not showing at all;

I tried to regenerate thumbnails plugin to resize all pictures; but still they are not showing.

When I check the media section, the pics are there and attached to the write posts, but they are not showing still.

Tried to detach them and re-attach the pics, but still not working, can you please suggest a way forward.

Thanks

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Super User II

Hmmm... sounds like the paths could be different than they were on Blogger?  Check the permalinks (Settings > Permalinks) and mirror the URL structure from your Blogger site and see if that makes a difference.

 

HTH! Smiley Wink

 

 

Judith
"You have to be odd to be number one." Dr. Seuss

please how do i import my blogger posts to my godaddy website? please help

@yinka

 

There's a plugin for that:

 

https://wordpress.org/plugins/blogger-importer/

 

In your new WordPress site go to Tools > Import.  There you will see at the top of the list "Blogger".  Clicking on the Install Now link will download the above importer plugin.

 

HTH!  Smiley Wink

Judith
"You have to be odd to be number one." Dr. Seuss

@Muse thanks a lot! you know i'm new here. i've got lots of questions running on my head. please can i ask you questions anytime? i need guidance. thanksSmiley Happy 

@Muse how can i create a blog website with godaddy?

@Muse sorry for disturbing. is it after i launch a godaddy's  website that i can install wordpress or is godaddy a wordpress site? thanks. Smiley Happy

@yinka

 

First you sign-up for the hosting you want with GoDaddy and then you install WordPress on that hosting. Depending on the hosting you signed up for is how you would then install WordPress.

 

=> GoDaddy has a step-by-step for Managed WordPress hosting that will help you out with the basics.  You can find that here.

 

=> If you have the standard Web or Classic hosting you would then install WordPress as an application.  You can find that step-by-step here.

 

HTH! Smiley Wink

Judith
"You have to be odd to be number one." Dr. Seuss