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As Joomla has skyrocketed in popularity, more and more users are willing to deploy an online business on the basis of their Joomla web projects. Therefore, extensions available for e-commerce have also seen phenomenal growth and maturation over the past years. When it comes to e-commerce for Joomla, VirtueMart springs to mind first. Collection of 200+ Free Joomla templates, support Joomla 3.9.x and Joomla 4 Listing of 300+ Best Free WordPress themes, WooCommerce compatible, Elementor supports! Woocommerce Upload File Plugin will be helpful for you because it assists clients to upload their files on your site easily. Joomla CMS is a free and open-source Content Management System (CMS) for publishing web content, which helps in building powerful, versatile, dynamic websites and applications. It was officially launched in Aug 2005, with version 1.0, and it has gained massive success with 110+ million downloads so far.

Description

This plugin migrates sections, categories, posts, images, medias and tags from Joomla to WordPress.

It has been tested with Joomla versions 1.5 through 3.9 and WordPress 5.7 on huge databases. It is compatible with multisite installations.

Major features include:

  • migrates Joomla sections as categories
  • migrates categories as sub-categories
  • migrates Joomla posts (published, unpublished and archived)
  • migrates Joomla web links
  • uploads all the posts media in WP uploads directories (as an option)
  • uploads external media (as an option)
  • modifies the post content to keep the media links
  • resizes images according to the sizes defined in WP
  • defines the featured image to be the first post image
  • keeps the alt image attribute
  • keeps the image caption
  • modifies the internal links
  • migrates meta keywords as tags
  • migrates page breaks
  • can import Joomla articles as posts or pages

No need to subscribe to an external web site.

Premium version

The Premium version includes these extra features:

  • migrates authors and other users with their passwords
  • migrates the navigation menus
  • SEO: migrates the meta description and the meta keywords
  • SEO: keeps the Joomla articles IDs or redirects Joomla URLs to the new WordPress URLs
  • compatible with Joomla 1.0 and Mambo 4.5 and 4.6 (process {mosimages} and {mospagebreak})
  • migrates Joomla 1.0 static articles as pages
  • migrates Joomla 2.5+ featured images
  • migrates Joomla 3.1+ tags
  • migrates Mambo data
  • migrates Elxis data (Joomla 1.0 fork)
  • ability to run the import automatically from the cron

The Premium version can be purchased on: https://www.fredericgilles.net/fg-joomla-to-wordpress/

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Add-ons

The Premium version allows the use of add-ons that enhance functionality:

  • K2
  • EasyBlog
  • Flexicontent
  • Zoo
  • Kunena forum
  • sh404sef
  • JoomSEF
  • OpenSEF
  • WP-PostViews (keep Joomla hits)
  • JComments
  • JomComment
  • JDownloads
  • Joomlatags
  • Attachments
  • Rokbox
  • RokGallery
  • JoomGallery
  • PhocaDownload
  • PhocaGallery
  • Joom!Fish translations to WPML
  • JEvents events
  • Contact Manager
  • Docman
  • Virtuemart
  • JReviews
  • Mosets Tree
  • User Groups
  • WPML
  • Simple Image Gallery & Simple Image Gallery Pro
  • RSGallery
  • Community Builder
  • RSBlog
  • AllVideos
  • HikaShop
  • Acymailing

These modules can be purchased on: https://www.fredericgilles.net/fg-joomla-to-wordpress/add-ons/

Demo

Translations

  • English (default)
  • French (fr_FR)
  • Spanish (es_ES)
  • Italian (it_IT)
  • German (de_DE)
  • Russian (ru_RU)
  • Polish (pl_PL)
  • Bulgarian (bg_BG)
  • Brazilian (pt_BR)
  • Greek (el_EL)
  • other can be translated

Installation

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  1. Install the plugin in the Admin => Plugins menu => Add New => Upload => Select the zip file => Install Now
  2. Activate the plugin in the Admin => Plugins menu
  3. Run the importer in Tools > Import > Joomla (FG)
  4. Configure the plugin settings. You can find the Joomla database parameters in the Joomla file configuration.php
    Hostname = $host
    Port = 3306 (standard MySQL port)
    Database = $db
    Username = $user
    Password = $password
    Joomla Table Prefix = $dbprefix

FAQ

I get the message: “[fg-joomla-to-wordpress] Couldn’t connect to the Joomla database. Please check your parameters. And be sure the WordPress server can access the Joomla database. SQLSTATE[28000] [1045] Access denied for user ‘xxx’@’localhost’ (using password: YES)”

  • First verify your login and password to the Joomla database.
    If Joomla and WordPress are not installed on the same host:
  • If you use CPanel on the Joomla server, a solution is to allow a remote MySQL connection.
    • go into the Cpanel of the Joomla server
    • go down to Database section and click “Remote MySQL”
    • There you can add an access host (WordPress host). Enter the access host as the SOME-WEBSITE-DOMAIN-OR-IP-ADDRESS and click add host.
  • Another solution is to copy the Joomla database on the WordPress database:
    • export the Joomla database to a SQL file (with phpMyAdmin for example)
    • import this SQL file on the same database as WordPress
    • run the migration by using WordPress database credentials (host, user, password, database) instead of the Joomla ones in the plugin settings.

I get this error when testing the connection: “SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] Connection refused” or “SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory”

  • This error happens when the host is set like localhost:/tmp/mysql5d.sock
    Instead, you must set the host to be localhost;unix_socket=/tmp/mysql5d.sock

The migration stops and I get the message: “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of XXXXXX bytes exhausted” or I get the message: “Internal server error”

  • First, deactivate all the WordPress plugins except the ones used for the migration
  • You can run the migration again. It will continue where it stopped.
  • You can add: define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '512M'); in your wp-config.php file to increase the memory allowed by WordPress
  • You can also increase the memory limit in php.ini if you have write access to this file (ie: memory_limit = 1G). See the increase memory limit procedure.

I get a blank screen and the import seems to be stopped

  • Same as above

The media are not imported

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  • Check the URL field that you filled in the plugin settings. It must be your Joomla home page URL and must start with http://

The media are not imported and I get the error message: “Warning: copy() [function.copy]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration”

  • The PHP directive “Allow URL fopen” must be turned on in php.ini to copy the medias. If your remote host doesn’t allow this directive, you will have to do the migration on localhost.

Nothing is imported at all

  • Check your Joomla version. The Joomla 1.0 database has got a different structure from the other versions of Joomla. Importing Joomla 1.0 database is a Premium feature.

All the posts are not migrated. Why ?

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  • The posts put in trash are not migrated. But unpublished and archived posts are migrated as drafts.
  • Some users reported that the Zend Framework causes an incomplete import. So, if all the data is not migrated, consider deactivating the Zend Framework during the migration.

I get the message: “Fatal error: Class ‘PDO’ not found”

  • PDO and PDO_MySQL libraries are needed. You must enable them in php.ini on the WordPress host.
    Or on Ubuntu:
    sudo php5enmod pdo
    sudo service apache2 reload

I get this error: PHP Fatal error: Undefined class constant ‘MYSQL_ATTR_INIT_COMMAND’

  • You have to enable PDO_MySQL in php.ini on the WordPress host. That means uncomment the line extension=pdo_mysql.so in php.ini

Does the migration process modify the Joomla site it migrates from?

  • No, it only reads the Joomla database.

I get this error: Erreur !: SQLSTATE[HY000] [1193] Unknown system variable ‘NAMES’

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  • It comes from MySQL 4.0. It will work if you move your database to MySQL 5.0 before running the migration.

I get this error “Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM”

  • You must use at least PHP 5.3 on your WordPress site.

I get this error: SQLSTATE[HY000] [2054] The server requested authentication method unknown to the client

  • It is a compatibility issue with your version of MySQL.
    You can read this post to fix it: http://forumsarchive.laravel.io/viewtopic.php?id=8667

None image get transferred into the WordPress uploads folder. I’m using Xampp on Windows.

  • Xampp puts the htdocs in the applications folder which is write protected. You need to move the htdocs to a writeable folder.

How to import content from one section as posts and another section as pages?

  • You can use the Convert Post Types plugin after the migration.

Do I need to keep the plugin activated after the migration?

  • No, you can deactivate or even uninstall the plugin after the migration (for the free version only).

Is there a log file to show the information from the import?

  • Yes since version 1.45.0. First you must put these lines in wp-config.php:
    define(‘WP_DEBUG’, true);
    define(‘WP_DEBUG_LOG’, true);
    And the messages will be logged to wp-content/debug.log.

How does the plugin handle Weblinks?

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  • The plugin imports the Joomla web links to WordPress links managed by the Link Manager plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/link-manager/

My screen hangs because of a lot of errors in the log window

  • You can stop the log auto-refresh by unselecting the log auto-refresh checkbox

Don’t hesitate to let a comment on the forum or to report bugs if you found some.

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