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Convert website to Wysiwyg

Post by queenidog » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:47 pm

I have a large website...tons of photos, documents, etc that I want to convert to Wysiwyg. I started my website about 20 years ago using FrontPage and had many updates with other web design programs since then. A few years ago I got someone to make my pages "responsive" and valid for html5.

Anyway...part of my website has been made with Wysiwyg, new stuff I recently (2 years ago) added.

Is there an EASY, QUICK way to do this, or do I have to pretty well start from scratch and make the pages with Wysiwyg?

Here's my website: www.raiderracing.com

Some of the pages I made with Wysiwyg are here: http://www.raiderracing.com/engineering/engineering.htm

I was hoping I could just import an html page and have Wysiwyg massage it to it's liking. Too much fantasy?

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Re: Convert website to Wysiwyg

Post by Pablo » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:50 pm

You can try to import he HTML, but this will only import the text and image (no scripts or other advanced web functionality).
http://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/import_html.html

In most cases it's better to start from scratch.

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Re: Convert website to Wysiwyg

Post by Bluesman » Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:47 pm

I checked your page, and probably as Pablo mentioned it's better start from scratch. You also have a lot of new tools and functions in WWB that you for sure want to use, for a modern look :D
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Re: Convert website to Wysiwyg

Post by queenidog » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:40 pm

Okay thanks guys.

The reason I want to convert is that Wysiwyg is sooooooooo easy to modify, because wywiwyg. With my current website, I have to go into CSS files to make mods. Difficult and stupid.

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