Thursday, January 3, 2013

Switched to Blogger

I moved my blogs to +Blogger from  Blogger has essentially the same functionality as but has better integration with +Google+.  Blogger also allows you to use a custom domain for free, while charges for this.

The conversion from WordPress went pretty well.  I was able to use the online conversion tool for one of of my blogs.  But since the tool only supports converting files up to 1MB, I needed to run the tool locally.  I also encountered a few other problems:

  1. supports special syntax that gets converted at display time, which creates the html for embedding content.  WordPress makes it easy to embed +YouTube and +Google Drive content, with out having to include the html.  When these posts are imported into Blogger, the inline content isn't shown.
  2. Blogger only supports 20 labels per post, while doesn't have a limit for tags.  I needed to remove these extra tags before exporting the blog from WordPress.
This is the 4th migration that I have done with my blogs, so I am sure that some links won't work in previous posts. My blogs were originally run on a self-hosted LifeType blog, then I migrated to a self-hosted to blog, and then I migrated it to a blog.

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