How to Migrate Drupal to Joomla via Extension: Step-by-Step Guide

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As a Drupal user, you might have noticed that maintaining your website on Drupal requires a great deal of endurance and effort. The reason for that is that Drupal is mainly developer-oriented. It goes without saying that it is hard to build a truly robust and heavy website with tons of modules attached to it with the help of a simple platform offering unoriginal templates and components. In other words, a high-rise building needs a solid foundation.

Such complicated sites are built for special purposes, and your website does not necessarily have to be of that load. In most cases, people put too much effort where it could be avoided. Having your not so heavy website maintained via Drupal means not making the most of Drupal while spending more time than you actually could.

Fortunately, you can always change your CMS for more suitable for your needs. In this case, Drupal to Joomla migration would be a perfect option. Joomla is also free and at the same time less complicated, but it does not make ‘the foundation’ any less solid. The thing is that Joomla is more user-friendly and makes your life easier by providing you with thousands of ready templates so that you do not have to create them yourself. Indeed, some coding experience is still required but not as much as when using Drupal. In addition to that, Drupal to Joomla migration would bring relief to your content management.

Once you have decided to go for Drupal to Joomla migration, give a try to aisite. Follow the instructions below and have your Drupal site content transferred to Joomla without delay.

How to migrate Drupal website to Joomla CMS

  1. Register the account
    The first thing you need to do is to sign up with aisite. Provide your name, email, phone number, and choose a password. Also, you can sign in via your Facebook or Google account.drupal to wordpress
  2. Set up the connection to your Current website
    Choose Drupal as your Existing CMS and enter its URL address. Set up the connection to your Drupal website. For this, download and install the Connection Bridge to your computer. Follow the video instruction to do it in a proper way. When this process is finished, press the “Verify Connection” button.
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  3. Establish the Connection to your New site
    Select the new CMS platform – Joomla, and provide its URL. Press the ‘Download Connector Extension’ button and follow this video tutorial in order to install it.
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  4. Choose the Entities and Additional options
    Map the content the way you want and Start the Free Demo Migration!
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  5. Check out the results
    The table includes clickable links. Check them and compare the appearance of your content on current and new CMSs. In case you are satisfied with the results, leave your feedback, and Start Full Migration!drupal to joomla

 

As you can see, Drupal to Joomla migration can be easy as one, two, three. Start a Free Demo Migration right now and do not worry, because aisite service will do the work for you. Promptly. Accurately. Precisely.

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