Import posts, pages, comments, custom fields, categories, tags and more from a WordPress export file.
I note the importer says "Choose a file from your computer: (Maximum size: 2 MB)". My .xml file (created from a wordpress.com blog) was 545 kiloBytes, so maybe that's why it worked for me.
My blog has 111 posts each with a fairly large image. Using theme Duotone.
I notice that many people say that they end up with the images displayed being still the ones on their original wordpress site. Not in my case. All the images arrived at my local computer and by looking at the web page's html source I can see that the local files are being accessed.
It will be interesting to see if it is equally easy uploading to a remote computer.
Works as expected. Easy to use. Thank you WordPress.org team.
This is the perfect plugin to when you need to import demo data for a pre-built theme, never needed to use it for any other reason.
It works as expected.
This plugin is total crap. It constantly imports duplicates of all my media, screws up the file names, screws up posts, and creates more work than it saves.
Plugin is working 100% for me all the time - localhost and different hosting providers.
Always among one of the first Plugins I install, used most recently on http://betterblogging.info/ and lots of my other installs, the WP importer really gets you going in no time -- without fuss or hassle. Never had any issues with it, so duplicate imports or broken database troubles as mentioned in other reviews must have some different reason.
This plugin is broken. Does not import wordpress XML correctly. Posts, Comments, and Images are imported multiple times and it messes up the database.
First plugin to be installed on any dev env.
It looks like my posts are on the back end. I can click on them and see the post with the url. But when I click on the URL in the backend or on the front-end I get a 404. Very strange. Not even sure where to start here.