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How to migrate from Blogger to WordPress

Well you might be thinking that why after such a long time i have taken up this topic when a lots of articles are already present on the internet.

The answer is that most of the articles are outdated. And i happened to transfer one of my blogs to wordpress and i was going through a few posts and they all seem to be outdated. Since in version 4.2, you do not get an option to AUTHORIZE the access.

So let me tell you some simple steps by which you can easily migrate your blog.

Please note that this articles is solely for the purpose of migrating blog posts. I have not included anything related to SEO in this blog.

Step 1 :

set the permalinks in your wordpress installation.

Go To Settings > Permalinks > and paste the following in custom structure :


See Image Below :

Step 2 :

Go to blogger dash board and go to Settings > Other > Export Blog
Download the XML file.
Step 3 :

Go to wordpress dashboard go to Tools > Import > Blogger
Select Ins…

How to embed html audio player in any website

Most of us want to embed additional functionalities to our website without increasing the load time.

For WordPress users, the use of additional plugin will increase the load time of website in most of the cases.

The best way is to use HTML codes which will not require any additional plugin. It will simply work on the website.

For including the audio player in your website, use the code shown below :

<audio controls> <source src="yourfile.ogg" type="audio/ogg"> <source src="yourfile.mp3" type="audio/mpeg"> Your browser does not support the audio element. </audio>
Remember to replace yourfile.ogg/yourfile.mp3 with the actual location of your audio file.
If you are using only mp3 files, you can remove the line which includes .ogg file.

Your audio player will look like this :

Your browser does not support the audio element.

There are additional functionalities which you can add to this simple player.