@Joshholden but don’t ask me how I migrated my 10 years of WordPress over. I don’t remember how :) But it’s all there. Using the old URLs too :)
@jwildeboer I am in the midst of converting my drupal blog to pelican. It is taking so much time and effort but I think it will be worth it in terms of hosting costs and maintenance. I took a strange route; drupal -> wordpress -> pelican. It wasn't as smooth as I hoped unfortunately.
@jwildeboer Or use at least a service like this: https://nodegard.com/#show-block-custom-theme-main-menu
@jwildeboer I have 22 years of personal blog posts I want to move to a static site generator. I have a lot of work ahead of me to accomplish this.
@jwildeboer To alien for many users (content creators).
Let's be honest, the content creation interface is the unique selling feature of WordPress, not what it presents to the readers.
With static content generators, the workflow needs to be understood, and if you have multiple editors you again need say git and a pipeline runner that pushes it to the external site. Again, exposing something to the big net. Even if it is only a project on github/gitlab/bitbucket.
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