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MOVING FROM DREAMWEAVER TO WP (2 posts)

  1. physique
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Hi Everyone

    I made a fitness website recently with dreamweaver. I had to learn dreamweaver from scratch and I still find it difficult. I don’t have much coding or HTMl experience.

    But I am having problems making it interactive and trying to manage the pages which goes up every week. So I am thinking to move to CMS. But I want a site which looks like a website rather than a personal blog, and can have other features added to it.

    But I have a few questions before I use WP:

    1) Its is easy to make skins I want? I just dont want to sit there and write long HTML codes. Don’t mind but my coding skilss are weak.

    2) Since the website is already done, can I just transfer contents to WP? Or I shoulld transfer each page one by one.And if so, will the links change and effect people who already bookmarked the site?

    4) Is it search engine optmizable? Since my site is content based, I would want it show up in searches.

    Thanks a lot!

  2. macsoft3
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    1) No. CSS editing is different from HTML editing. You can do HTML editing with little knowledge about HTML thanks to Dreamweaver, Frontpage and other visual HTML editors. But you need some knowledge about CSS to do CSS editing.

    2) No. WordPress is blog software. You only need to use a web browser to directly write articles online. So you don't use Dreamweaver or whatever.

    4) Depending on how you set up your blog, the answer is yes. For example, Google usually indexes our articles in less than 30 minutes after they are posted.

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