Thanks for the reply. Yes, I transferred the CSV and watched that video. In the video, Russel states that you need to transfer the images manually. Are you saying that once the blog post text content is transferred all I need to do is go into the post and paste in my images wherever I want? Do I do this through the editor or the designer?
I’m new to Webflow. I’ve managed to come to grips with the designer and feel very comfortable getting the pages to look and do what I want, but I’ve never worked with a CSV, so it’s all a bit confusing. Wordpress did all the heavy lifting in the background, but I hate dealing with all the plug-ins and the interface is not nearly as granular as Webflow. I never felt in control of the way things looked.
I wish there was a step by step tutorial showing how someone who’s a neophyte can do something like make a blog. The Webflow University Videos are great and entertaining but they don’t explain each step. Most videos, in general, explain things from the point of view that you know what the narrator knows
Russel is always trying to do something extra, “That’s my way!” he brags, but it makes the process of learning more confusing than it need be. When you teach, you need to imagine what it’s like to understand nothing, and then build from there.
I know I’m piling on here but a related question is: do I need to physically create each blog page and connect it to the CSV manually?