Geeky but important question: Has anyone had luck batch converting a large number of similar, static webpages into a format that is importable into WordPress? I’m thinking a program like TextWrangler which supports batch grep search and replace commands might work, but that would be a pretty geeky / technical way to do this.
Anyone know of any programs that can streamline the conversion process? These are the pages which need to be converted. Ideally a solution which runs on Windows XP would be best in this specific case. (I’m asking on behalf of Mark Ahlness.)
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