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Install WordPress demo content - Why another challenging task?
It' s been almost two years since I have written my essay about installing demo content for WordPress, and in this essay I tried to investigate whether the experiences were the same for all topics. Even today, after having implemented almost 200 topics with their demo contents as an Envato services company, I still see this as a demanding task.
What do we have to import a demo for? Imposing demos is just one way to give you a competitive edge and allow you to easily begin building your own website, so it's meant to be a straightforward and time-saving operation, but is that the case? Official importer plugin and its problems:
Although it is the WordPress.org offical plug-in and has been over a million installations, it still isn't as good and doesn't give good results in the uploads, and if you look at the scores you' ll see that it has 93 (5-star) scores and 83 (1-star) scores, which shows that many folks were disappointed with its results!
Well, this does not work for many folks and myself I sometimes have to repeat the whole importer procedure several different ways to get it to do the whole thing successfully, which is a huge amount of effort and work! How do the topic writers counter this? One-click demo importer:
Avada: Today, many themes writers have begun to build their own importers plug-ins, and many of them provide it pre-installed with the theme that you can run it right after installing the themes. A very good example is the Avada themed demo imorter, a real 1-click demo import.
Though I have a few commentaries on the Avada issue as a whole, I think his demo distributor is a great one who does the perfect work every one. One of the other great demo imported I found was the Listify themme demo importers, and it was so easy to use that it imported everything with just one click.
Multistage demo importers: Lots of other writers make their own demo importers plug-ins, but this only gives you the pages, articles and pictures and then you have to add another plug-ins to get the widgets imported, like the Widget Importers and Exporters plug-ins, and then you have to add the slider controls like Layer Slider or Slider Revolution to get a fully working demo content.
If the Regular Demo Importers fail, what can you do? When your design isn't shipped with your own demo distributor, you'll need to use the formal plug-in for that, and when you're facing a failure of the migration procedure, you'll just have to re-run the migration and migration procedure until it works.
It' s okay to do that, and the only thing you'll face is repeating a few points in the list where you'll find that the item has been repeatedly loaded, and you can simply remove the additional item if your list doesn't have that many pages, or you can just remove the entire list and re-run the load operation to get only the list.
Remember that most demo reporters were built on the assumption that you would include them in the new WordPress install and thus remove some of them from any postings or pages you already have. So if you are importing an old website with important content, be sure to check the demo importer's safety measures to avoid losing your precious content (It is noteworthy that the demo importing company does not remove your content, but rather install the new content and keep your up-to-date information safe).
What experiences have you had with the import of demo content? Did you try to download demo content yourself? Where did you find the whole trial and get the results you were looking for? Which was the best demo distributor you used?