Hmm..that is odd - I used the built in windows compress to .zip it. If anyone else reports issues with it, I'll go ahead and re-compress + uploadOffcenter wrote:Rionoskae, I tried unzipping both 1.6 and 1.5 with Windows extraction wizard.
I get the message "Unknown compression method"!
What did you use to zip these. I can't extract either of 'em.
Edit: Never mind. I installed 7-zip. It seems to be extracting
them with no problem. Don't know why Windows
couldn't do it.
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sudo apt-get install usbmount
Hmm...that is a bit tougher. Well I'll tell you what - If you want to upload your site to someplace like Gdrive or dropbox, I'll figure it out and write a complete post on how to import these types of site into PressPi.Offcenter wrote:No, my present site is not wordpress. It's just plain html pages that I typed up on Notepad.
And I don't have a "domain". I'm just using NO-IP to redirect people to my dynamic IP address.
So I can't migrate it. What I can do is just copy all of the files into the proper directory....
if I could find it.
Yes, I'm sure there must be some sort of nginx config file, but I have no idea where to
Hopefully someone else can help.
I think you're kinda missing the point of a Wordpress installation. When people such as yoirself move to Wordpress, they typically try to match the theme to their current site and add in text content to create Wordpress pages.Offcenter wrote:Lobo, I do not want to edit my existing pages with Wordpress.
I just want to keep them as they are, then add NEW pages
to the website with Wordpress.
My home page is already named "index.html" and should be
the first page displayed.
Edit: I'm not sure what you are referring to by "posts", but if
you mean a blog, I do NOT want a blog. There will be no posts,
only static pages.
This is, quite simply, silly, especially if you are using nginx.Lob0426 wrote:WordPress is just as fast, if configured properly, at serving your site.
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