I have a client who wants to migrate a WordPress site to Webflow. Their site has 5 - 8 marketing pages and several dozen blog posts.
The blog posts are linked to around the web, so it would be problematic to break their URLs. It’s also challenging to manually reconstruct each of them in Webflow.
So my question is this - does anyone have experience with the CSV export feature in WordPress and how it is treated in Webflow? So far I haven’t found any answers to this question.
@DaveRoth - I found parts of this workshop video migrating a WordPress site to Webflow helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mog1wiV2T68 If I remember correctly, part of the video addresses setting up URLs so that they can remain the same from what you had previously. If what is proposed doesn’t work for you, would setting up redirects in Google be an option?
For the exports from WordPress, I used the plugin WP All Export.
This video can help with importing blog posts into Webflow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLECOMjHQMU