How To Convert An html Sales Page Into A WordPress Page

This Video below shows how to convert an html sales page into a WordPress Page in 2 minutes flat using nothing but Point-N-Click skills and WP-Transformer

This Video below shows how to convert an html sales page into a WordPress Page with over 200 images and CSS stylesheet in just 5 minutes using nothing but Point-N-Click skills and WP-Transformer

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2 Responses to How To Convert An html Sales Page Into A WordPress Page

  1. This looks interesting. I have a couple questions that I need to get my head around. I used to use XSite Pro as my site builder but have gone with wordpress in the last year. I still like xsite pro for the ease of putting a good site together. Will this plugin transform a site I build with xsp and turn it into a wp site? I see these salespages you have built in the examples. but you haven’t shown any “normal” website examples that include a menu bar at the side with autoresponder and perhaps a video. Will it make a “normal” static page with different elements? How about article pages, video and or audio pages, membership, forum, etc.. I’m a little unclear how far the plugin goes and how many pages it’s able to transform.

    • Russell says:

      WPTF will reproduce each html page as a template in WP which is then applied to WP page. Anything that is featured on the html will be accurately reproduced. However, where self hosted video is included in any html page, it needs to be uploaded to WP media library and then called via a WP video plugin such as Flowplayer or Vipers tags, and the video reference which was transferred to the WP template would then be replaced by WP shortcode [video-myvideo.mp4] or whatever the name and file extension is. This is possible because the current version of WPTF allows the use of PHP and WP shortcode in converted pages.
      If you had an html site with say 10 to 15 pages and you dont mind putting each page through the WPTF plugin then all should be reproduced accurately.
      If however you has an html site with say 20-50+ pages then you may wish to start from scratch by rebuilding the site in WP,.. but in theory, the WPTF plugin could do the job if you had the time and dont mind adding 20+ templates to your WP library.

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