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NAU came to WordHerd to migrate over 250 department websites from their enterprise Ektron CMS to subsites of a single WordPress multisite install. Requirements for the website migration include: custom shortcode mapping, page and media migration, Gravity Forms web form generation, conversion of all tables to TablePress, 301 redirect, SEO meta and SEO schema integration.
eMoney had a sub-domain on HubSpot full of resources that they wanted to consolidate into WordPress. This migration allowed the eMoney to focus resources on a single platform and reduce overhead through consolidating multiple websites.
The St. Charles Herald Guide was a 35,000+ article migration to WordPress. The completed migration consists of copy, media, 301 redirects, article view counts and a new custom Paywall plugin that integrates with their print publishing distribution center.
Content management systems (CMS) play a crucial role in creating and maintaining websites efficiently. Bitrix and WordPress are two popular CMS options, each with its strengths and weaknesses. This article explores the benefits of migrating from Bitrix to WordPress and addresses common problems associated with Bitrix CMS. Enhanced Functionality One of the primary advantages of…
Content management systems (CMS) have evolved significantly in the last decade, with numerous platforms vying for market dominance. In this article, we’ll be comparing Brightspot, a relatively new CMS platform, with WordPress, the undisputed leader in the market. We will provide a detailed comparison, covering important aspects like flexibility, ease of use, and SEO capabilities.…
This in-depth comparison article covers the enterprise capabilities, ease of use, cost-effectiveness and overall suitability of each platform for businesses. WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that has been around since 2003, and it has become one of the most popular platforms for building websites. It’s open-source software, which means that it’s free to…
Website Migration Success Stories
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