Importing into Wordpress via RSS feed [closed]
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Importing into Wordpress via RSS feed [closed]

I am creating a wordpress blog for a magazine. They have a legacy blog engine with years of archives, and I am trying to migrate all of the content into wordpress posts. My method is to import all of the content via the RSS feed.

I am using a plugin called Feed Wordpress which imports RSS feeds into posts. The only problem is that is only imports the ten latest posts. Is there anyway you can modify the RSS feed's URL to display all of the posts? Or there is another method out there that can backup/export an entire blog via RSS or XML? I need all of this archived content on the wordpress platform, and the only way I can access it is via the RSS feed. I don't have any other information about the blog engine that is powering the site currently, but I know it doesn't have any export functionality. Any ideas?

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The built-in Wordpress import tools might job for you. There is a RSS import tool this would import more than 10 posts. You should try it out on a test site first for the reason this there is no way to tell how well it will pull all the content from the another blog. If it has a lot of posts this don't import correctly you'd have a ton of job deleting posts :).

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