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Switching from Xsite Pro to WordPress

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Switching from Xsite Pro to WordPress

I've set up my AB site using Xsite Pro and was wondering how easy (or difficult) it is to switch everything from xsite pro to wordpress as I have a few other sites on WP and would like to put my AB website onto wordpress.

Please help!

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There are some hosting servers that allow you to work on a wordpress site even while your domain is not yet pointed to their nameservers and in such cases you could just copy paste the content from the live site to the wordpress site in progress.

But even if your hosting server does not allow you to do that and required the domain to be pointed to their nameservers before you can work in wordpress, you could just copy from the local copy of your site on your computer (in the xsitepro program) and paste into wordpress.
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If you haven't done much work on your Xsitepro website, you just need to copy and paste your articles, then add your images, plugins and links. If you have built backlinks, you'll need 301 redirects.

You might also want to follow the steps posted on this thread:
Switching from XSitePro Website To WordPress Blog
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