Import CSV or XML Datafeed With Ease


Migrating content is no more difficult now

Introducing our comprehensive import-export solution for WordPress. Effortlessly import various content types from CSV and XML files with speed and precision. Suitable for both developers and beginners.

Advanced Features that make life easy

  • User-friendly drag-and-drop feature for seamless content uploads.
  • Convenient zip file uploads from PC, URL, or FTP/SFTP sources.
  • Users receive notifications during maintenance mode while importing.

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Supported Content Types

  • Import Blog Posts, Pages, and Media (Featured Images and Inline Images)
  • Import Taxonomies (Categories & Tags)
  • Import WordPress Custom Fields, Comments, and Reviews
  • Import Custom Posts from CPT UI, Pods, Toolset, JetEngine, and CustomPress

Add-ons For More Support

Huge list of Plugins Supported

  • Advanced Custom Fields (ACF): Basic, Choices, ACF repeater, and jQuery fields.
  • MetaBox Plugin ~ Basic & Limited Advanced fields.
  • Pods ~ CPT and All Fields.
  • JetEngine ~ Basic fields.
  • WooCommerce ~ WooCommerce Products are imported with categories, tags, gallery images, and attributes.
  • WooCommerce Product Bundles Plugin.
  • WooCommerce Billing & Shipping Information
  • WordPress SEO Plugins: AIOSEO (free & pro), RankMath SEO FREE, SEOPress (free & pro).
  • WP Job Manager Plugin.
  • Custom Field Suite plugin.
  • WP Customer Reviews.
  • LearnPress plugin ~ Courses, Lessons, Quizzes, Orders, and Questions.
  • LifterLMS plugin ~ Courses, Coupons, Reviews, Lessons.
  • MasterStudy LMS plugin ~ Courses, Lessons, Quizzes, Questions, and Orders.
  • BuddyPress Import
  • bbPress ~ Topic, Reply, and Forum
  • Post Expirator Plugin.
  • Featured Image from URL(FIFU)
  • TotalPress Custom post types, Custom Fields & more ~ CPTs, Custom Fields

Polylang WordPress Multilingual Import Export (New)

Polylang Multilingual Import Export is a powerful option designed to streamline the process of managing multilingual content import in WordPress. This comprehensive documentation provides a step-by-step guide on importing and exporting content in multiple languages, offering compatibility with Polylang Free, Polylang Pro, and Polylang for WooCommerce Add-on.

Supported Modules:

  • Posts & Pages
  • Custom Posts CPT
  • Categories
  • Tags
  • Media
  • Taxonomies (Pro)
  • WooCommerce Products
  • WooCommerce Variations (Pro)
  • WooCommerce Orders (Pro)
  • ACF Custom Fields basic & content (Pro)

Updating Translated Records:

  • Upload updated CSV or XML file.
  • Choose existing items and post type.
  • Use a saved mapping template or create a new one.
  • Enable duplicate handling and configure import settings.
  • Immediate or scheduled update process.

How to import files in WordPress

The most straightforward method for file import is through direct upload to WordPress. Alternatively, use import tools located under Tools > Import/Export or a plugin. If the plugin is installed, access the CSV importer menu for seamless WordPress import and export. Support for various file formats, including XML and CSV.

Why CSV and XML Format for WordPress Importer

  • The CSV method empowers users with basic Excel or spreadsheet knowledge to visually audit, change, edit, or update bulk data before importing. This offline approach minimizes manual work and saves time.

  • Editing XML demands a basic understanding of the structure. Otherwise, users are restricted to importing without making changes to the source file.

Choose between CSV and XML with the WordPress CSV Importer plugin. Import and export Posts, Pages, Custom Posts, WooCommerce, and various post types to and from WordPress.

How to use this CSV and XML WordPress Importer

  • Utilize the export option to export existing content records from WordPress. Create a base sample CSV or XML file, or use it as a template for building your import file.
  • Seamlessly edit and update the export file for reimporting.
  • Add new fields with values to existing posts using the import file.
  • Or add more posts according to your needs.
  • Opt for the update option by selecting existing items during import. This updates/replaces values based on mapping setups.

Tips to do it right

  • Perform a demo import after export, then test and enhance the migration.
  • Prioritize a secure database backup before import to facilitate a simple rollback if needed (locate rollback settings in the import configuration area).
  • Validate the file before initiating the import process.
  • Conduct multiple test/demo imports with 5-10 records to ensure accuracy.
  • Learn, edit, and enhance the content of the CSV/XML file.
  • Edit, correct, improve, and fine-tune the uploaded file until achieving 100% satisfactory results.
  • Repeat the same process for the remaining data rows in the uploaded file.
  • Finalize your file and proceed with the actual import.

Few Simple Steps to Publish in Bulk

Bulk content importing can be accomplished in various ways based on the source type, platform, and file type.

  • Browse and upload your CSV/XML file content into the system.
  • Choose a post or data type from the drop-down menu.
  • Drag and drop or select and map relevant WordPress fields against the file headers.
  • Enable media handling for external images to ensure accurate import.
  • Utilize advanced options for greater control over content publishing.
  • Verify, confirm, and click import to process all data in one go.
  • Review the real-time log to ensure accuracy for all created posts.

Explore our YouTube tutorial video playlist for detailed instructions on successfully publishing content with various third-party plugins.

Understanding Import Export in WordPress

Importing and exporting are distinct processes. While WordPress can import data from other sources, it cannot export data to another source directly. For exporting, the wp_export_dump() function can be used to back up database tables in bulk. Alternatively, plugins can export data in XML, CSV, or JSON file formats.

This is particularly beneficial for webmasters uncomfortable with manual copying. Instead of the traditional copy-paste method, the plugin offers a more convenient drag-and-drop approach.

Importing content such as posts, pages, and attachments is a highly valuable tool for expanding sites with content from external sources. It serves as an alternative to manually building SEO structures or adding new products/services to existing sites.

How to import WordPress site from localhost

For users of XAMPP or WAMP, exporting from the export tab after development and customization is feasible. Use advanced filters to trim content, excluding unwanted or unfinished items, before importing to a remote host.

You can also use this method when building new sites, developing them in localhost, and needing access to existing content on the old server.

This is also useful if you have moved your site to another server or hosting and want to move it back.

WordPress Migration Step 1: How to do WordPress all export

  • Go to the Export tab.
  • Choose a type of post from the available list.
  • Give a name and choose a type for the file to export.
  • Choose to split for larger exports.
  • Utilize advanced filters to refine your export results.
  • Apply some of them appropriately to your needs.
  • You can also choose to schedule this export in the background.
  • Click Export to process.
  • Hit the Download button to save your export file.

WordPress Migration Step 2: WP All CSV/XML file Import in a few simple steps

  • Prepare the data file that includes all content.
  • Validate the file and fix any conflicts before import.
  • Access the Import/Update tab within the plugin.
  • Upload the file to import.
  • Select either New or Update Existing item Import.
  • And choose the post type from the drop-down.
  • Update field mapping from WordPress attributes on the left to data headers on the right side.
  • You can control the data from particular columns to be imported as a specific WP field in mapping.
  • Cross-check and update the mapping to confirm everything is good to go.
  • You can also import posts with images from external remote URLs or by uploading a localized compressed zip file.
  • Choose the appropriate option to handle images.
  • Click continue to process import.

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  • Dashboard view of the WordPress Ultimate CSV & XML Import plugin.
  • Upload an XML or CSV file.
  • Simple Drag and Drop mapping in CSV & XML Import plugin.
  • Mapping view of the uploaded XML or CSV. All import fields are set up against WordPress fields.
  • Detailed real-time log in WordPress.
  • Settings with php.ini details.
  • Downloadable log manager for all imported events.
  • WordPress XML All Import Option.


It is as simple as installing any other WordPress plugin. There are two general methods:

General way

  • Download the Zip file from the Plugins page.
  • Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Upload.
  • Browse and upload the downloaded files.
  • Activate the WordPress CSV Import plugin.

FTP Users

  • Upload the CSV Import plugin Zip file to /wp-content/plugins/ and extract it there.
  • Navigate to Plugins -> Installed Plugins
  • Choose -> Active

From Admin Page

  • Go to Plugins -> Add New
  • Search for WP Ultimate CSV Importer
  • Click Install Now -> Activate


What is a CSV file?

CSV files or Comma Separated Value files are a simple text format for storing tabular data. A comma is used to separate characters and also used to separate values in tables. When a comma is used for separating characters within a CSV file, it should be escaped with double quotes for proper structuring values in tables.

What is CSV file format?

For WordPress, the default format will be UTF-8, and for non-Latin character data, UTF-8 without BOM is used. Various file formats are available based on encoding types like ANSI, UTF-8, UTF-8 without BOM, USC-2 BE BOM, and USC-2 LE BOM.

How to validate a CSV file for issues?

Importing your CSV may fail if you miss escaping characters or misplace/skip characters. Any CSV file should be checked for errors or warnings before being imported into WordPress. You can validate a CSV file using a free tool CSV Lint to identify issues and where to fix them exactly.

What is an XML file?

An XML document is a basic unit of XML information, consisting of elements and other markups in an orderly package. An XML document contains a wide variety of data.

Can I get any demo data or sample files for testing the import?

Get example CSV files from here to start testing import with CSV Import.

Why can’t I import all WordPress demo content?

There may be 2 possible cases
1. The plugin supports zip uploads. There may be unsupported file types in the zip file, it should have XML or CSV files.
2. The uploaded XML or CSV file contains errors or is not properly validated.

WordPress posts not showing after import, Why and how to fix this?

This could rarely happen for reasons like,
1. Mandatory fields have no values.
2. wp_debug value is set to True.

You could avoid this error by providing values to the mandatory fields and setting False to wp_debug in the wp_config file.

Why does the media library fail to import using the Export-Import WordPress plugin? That is not importing all images to WordPress media, no files found?

The failure may be due to,
1. Unsupported image formats.
2. The image is not publicly downloadable (permission issue).
3. The domain or URL doesn’t exist or isn’t secured (SSL issues).

How to import WordPress posts with images?

To do this, add a separate column for featured images in your import file and mention the image URL as a value. Or declare the inline images inside the post_content and provide the image URL using the HTML tag inside the post_content.

How to import all external images in WordPress?

In the Media Handling section of the WordPress Importer plugin, just enable the Download Post-Content External Images to Media option. This will import all the images from Google Images, Pexels, Pixabay, Dropbox, etc., directly to your WordPress media library. Check Media Handling in WordPress Importer documentation for more information.

How to Import WordPress with already existing post content without duplicating it?

You can import the same post content without duplicating using the update method using the wordpress csv import tool. After uploading the file, select the Existing items option. Followed by other steps, in the Import Configuration Section click on Update to update the newly imported data inside your existing WordPress Posts.

How long does WordPress import take?

Typically, the speed and performance are influenced by your server speed, memory capacity, and file size. You can track the completion time of import in the Import Configuration section screen.

For more detailed FAQ answers, please visit the FAQ article for CSV Import.

How to import and export WordPress posts?

  1. To export posts, go to the Export tab and select Posts. Provide a file name and select one file type. Click Export and download the file to your local device. This exported file can serve as a sample for creating a new file or for importing the data to another WordPress site using CSV Importer.

  2. To import posts, go to the import/update section and upload your prepared CSV or XML file.

How to import a Word document into WordPress

If you have a Word document to import into WordPress, follow these steps:

There are no viable solutions or plugins available to directly import the docx or docs file to WordPress. Instead, you can use a tool or plugin to convert them into a post. Note that this applies only to a single post.

Alternatively, there are three possible ways to do this manually by copying and pasting content from docs,
1. The first possibility to do that using Classic editor, go to Pages > Add New. Simply copy and paste the content as one post at a time.
2. For the Gutenberg editor, copy and paste the content to create blocks one at a time.
3. Else you can embed a Word document using a plugin.

How to export WP Users?

Make sure the export addon is installed and activated in WordPress. Then, navigate to the plugin export tab to export WP Users.

Why I cannot see SEOPress fields in the mapping section?

It may be because the plugin is not installed. So install and activate the SEOPress plugin first, the fields will now be displayed. In case the issue persists, try to deactivate and activate the plugin again. Additionally, If you have a cache plugin installed, clearing the cache may also help.

How to import SEOPress plugin data?

To import, you should have a CSV or XML file first.

Then follow these general steps:
– Ensure that the Importer and SEOPress plugins are installed and activated on your WordPress site.
– Go to the Import tab.
– Select and upload the CSV file
– Choose the appropriate options for the import.
– Click on the Import button to start the import process.

It is highly recommended to have a backup of your website and test it on a staging environment before importing it on your live website.

Where can I get the SEOPress data as a CSV or XML file?

To import SEOPress data, you’ll first need to export the data to a CSV or XML file. Otherwise, create a new one using an example file.

Follow these steps to export steps to export
– In the WordPress CSV Importer plugin, go to the export section(tab).
– Select what to export, here it can be posts for example.
– Use the available filters to limit the post counts.
– Choose an available format from CSV, XLS, XML, or JSON export file formats.
– For example, choose CSV as an option.
– Click Export to export the data
– Download the data in CSV format.

If you don’t have any data to export, you can create a CSV file using an example file. Here are the steps to create one:
– Use the already exported file as a sample file or get the sample CSV file here.
– Use this as a base file and add required data row by row under the SEOPress field column.

Here is a list of SEOPress fields and their matching values:
– _seopress_titles_title- If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied – Redirection World SEOPress.
– _seopress_titles_desc- SEOPress descriptions here – Desc Redirection World SEOPress.
– _seopress_robots_index – Yes or no.
– _seopress_robots_follow – Yes or no.
– _seopress_robots_imageindex – Yes or no.
– _seopress_robots_archive – Yes or no.
– _seopress_robots_canonical – Should be a URL; the default is your own URL.
– _seopress_analysis_target_kw – Optional; can be filled manually.
– _seopress_robots_primary_cat – Optional
– _seopress_robots_breadcrumbs – Optional
– _seopress_social_fb_title – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_social_fb_desc – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_social_fb_img – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_social_twitter_title – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_social_twitter_desc – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_social_twitter_img – If empty, SEOPress default template value will be applied.
– _seopress_redirections_type – Optional – 301.
– _seopress_redirections_value – Should be a URL-
– _seopress_redirections_enabled – Yes or no.
– _seopress_redirections_logged_status – Both – Both.

Once you have the file, you can import the datafeed into your WordPress site.

I have some specific cases. I have a multilingual website. However I have English as the default language, and I am using WPML for translation. Can I use your plugin to import the translation data for LearnPress fields?

This feature is not available for now. If you want us to implement this for you, kindly contact us at

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My team use this plugin weekly and it is one of the most usefull tool on our website. I recently add an issue with my exports and the team solved it in no time giving me insights and videos to help me along the way.
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I write (or used to, anyway) a lot of custom importers and exporters for various clients. Writing the export code for post types that have a lot of custom fields can be a pain. I was pleasantly surprised to learn about Ultimate CSV and to find that it works with custom post types and fields. Using it will save me a lot of time and save my clients a lot of money.I ran into an issue using it with one client (server issue). This is where I expected to be disapointed. With the support ticketing "system" basically being a form, I had some serious doubts. But a developer responded really quickly and worked with me until the problem was resolved. So, I got pleasant surprise #2.I highly recommend this plugin.
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This is the only plugin that can create Pods in bulk.This is a relief for those coming from CIO Custom Fields Importer (currently outdated). Straightforward and intuitive. In addition, this is also the only plugin that can update profile photos on Ultimate Member.A skilled support team adapted the standard feature of importing users to update user pictures in the Ultimate Member community plugin. Very soon, this feature will be included in the ongoing versions. It's a great-value plugin supported by a great team.
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  • Fixed: minor bug with import process
  • Fixed: UI & cosmetic issues


  • Fixed: FIFU support for custom_post_type.
  • Fixed: PHP deprecated error.
  • Removed: Additional carriage returns.
  • Fixed: WooCommerce post_date import & product count issue.
  • Fixed: Custom Post Type (CPT) product count display showing ‘0’ issue.
  • Fixed: Email Subscription issue


  • Fixed: minor bug related to the evaluation function
  • Fixed: an issue where image URLs containing spaces were not imported correctly.
  • Fixed: the problem causing the admin-view to malfunction after image import.


  • Removed: Unwanted Upgrade Notice Removed


  • Added: Polylang multilingual support
  • Fixed: Elementor Style Import Issue
  • Fixed: Custom taxonomy import issue Created by CptUI plugin
  • Fixed: Metabox custom field import issue which is assigned to taxonomy
  • Added: support for image, tag, category
  • Added: export support for tag, category


  • Fixed: Addon vulnerability fix


  • Fixed: RankMath SEO Import Issue
  • Fixed: All-in-one SEO Import Issue
  • Fixed: Yoast SEO Import Issue
  • Added: Language support for New Zealand, Australia, Pirate, Polish


  • Added: WP Version 6.4.2 compatibility
  • Modified: Minor UI changes
  • Fixed: Support for all postdate formats


  • Resolved: post_title mandatory bug in advanced mode


  • Added: ChatGPT integration for content and featured image


  • Fixed: WP Error when import empty post title.


  • Added: Bulk Import & Export Support for Elementor Templates


  • Added: WP Version 6.4.1 compatibility


  • Added: Support for ACF Bidirectional Relationship Import (User, Post Object, Relationship, Taxonomy)

  • Added: Restriction added for Masterstudy LMS Import & Export

  • Added: WP Version 6.3.2 compatibility
  • Added: Exmage image import support

  • Added: Import support for WPComplete plugin

  • Fixed: Minor bugs in the meta box checkbox list
  • Updated : admin notice

  • Fixed : Minor bugs in totalpress import
  • Updated : Banner image

  • Added : Support for TotalPress Custom Post Types and Fields Import & Export

  • Fixed: Minor bugs
  • Removed: Unwanted code

  • Added: Support for CFS loop fields import

  • Added: WP Version 6.3 compatibility
  • Fixed: CFS Import issue


  • Fixed: Delete from WordPress – XML limit issue
  • Fixed: 500 issues


  • Added: Yoast SEO Free import and export support
  • Updated: Security fix – Restriction in import folder indexing
  • Removed: Author/Editor import option from settings for security reasons


  • Fixed: Restricted advanced manipulation options for author role
  • Updated: Security fix – Restriction in export folder indexing


  • Fixed: JetEngine default time import


  • Added: ACF Basic Fields under Taxonomies


  • Resolved: ACF Fields Missing under Users Module


  • Resolved: Issue with Upload txt file via FTP, SFTP sections


  • Modified: Media table image url data type
  • Fixed: WooCommerce Stock Status issue


  • Modified: Displays plugin menu based on the selected user roles


  • Fixed: WooCommerce bundle product sort order issue
  • Added: MetaBox plugin’s video field import support


  • Added: Support for BuddyPress Users Import


  • Fixed: PHP 7.4 Warnings & Notices & Deprecated Errors
  • Fixed: Minor bugs in MasterStudy LMS Import


  • Added: Support for FIFU (Featured Image From Url) import and export
  • Cleared: PHP 7.4 Warnings & Notices


  • Added: Support for MasterStudy LMS plugin: Courses, Lessons, Quizzes, Questions, Orders
  • Checked: 6.2 version compatibility
  • Fixed: Minor bugs


  • Added: Support for Lifter-LMS plugin: Courses, Coupons, Reviews, Lessons
  • Fixed: Missing language translations
  • Fixed: XML Zip file upload


  • Fixed: Turkish & Chinese language translations
  • Added: WooCommerce Orders, Coupons & Refunds export support


  • Added: SEOPress import integration with complete support
  • Fixed: UI/UX issues and minor bugs
  • Fixed: Now install and manage add-ons directly from the plugin interface


  • Added: options for WooCommerce Orders exporter addon
  • Added: options for WooCommerce Coupon exporter addon
  • Added: options for WooCommerce Refund exporter addon
  • Added: Usability and UI Improvements
  • Added: Translation added for missing strings for 4 languages
  • Checked: 6.1.1 version compatibility


  • Resolved: PHP Version 8.0 check array values
  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 6.1
  • Changed: XML limits for files with fewer than 10 records to three


  • Added: Arabic language
  • Added: Persian language
  • Added: Language support for Chinese(Simplified)
  • Added: Language support for Tamil


  • Added: Support for Advanced Custom Fields * Basic, Choices, and JQuery Fields
  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 6.0.2


  • Security Fix * Reported by Sanjay Das Payatu


  • Added: Support for Jet Engine Basic Fields


  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 6.0.1
  • Modified: Minor UI changes


  • Added: support for the Pods plugin


  • Added: support for the MetaBox plugin


  • Fixed: Added Support for default Categories and Tags


  • Fixed: Restricted the internal URL upload process


  • Updated: Documentation section links
  • Updated: Module name from export section


  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 5.9.3
  • Added: Support for WP Job Manager.


  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 5.9
  • Fixed: Comment content import.


  • Updated: All CSS and JS libraries to the latest version.
  • Added: Proper sanitizing and escaping.
  • Fixed: Calling files remotely
  • Removed: wp-load.php and replaced with WordPress Ajax call.
  • Fixed: Combining and/or Renaming Javascript Files


  • Added: CSRF Protection
  • Fixed: Security Issues (Removed curl, bitly urls, and file_get_contents for remote URL instead of using HTTP API)
  • Updated: Bootstrap CSS and JS libraries to the latest.
  • Verified: Nonce Check.


  • Fixed: Vulnerability Issue in Zip File Upload
  • Updated: Exporter Pro Buy Now and Upgrade to Pro price changes


  • Added: Support for latest LearnPress-LMS plugin-V4.1.4.1: Courses, Lessons, Quizzes, Orders, and Questions.


  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 5.8.2
  • Updated: Third-party CSS and JS libraries


  • Added: Support for latest WooCommerce product bundle plugin-v6.12.4
  • Fixed: Dropbox link image issue
  • Fixed: Language * English(South Africa) issue


  • Added: support for an image through a Dropbox link
  • Checked: Compatibility for WordPress 5.8.1


  • Added: Upgrade now for the latest updates.
  • Added: Delete records not present in XML, CSV files * settings option
  • Added: Separate widget for WooCommerce product attributes
  • Added: List WooCommerce Product Variations in the dropdown, on clicking display update to pro alert (toastify)
  • Fixed: Support page mail issue
  • Fixed: Post content image issue


  • Added: Support for URL and FTP file upload
  • Added: WordPress 5.8 Compatibility
  • Fixed: JQuery droppable issue


  • Added: Compatibility for WordPress 5.7.2
  • Added: Support for Polylang Free & Polylang for WooCommerce plugin.
  • Added: WP Custom field widget in advanced mode
  • Fixed: Default custom field case-sensitive issue in creating wp custom field widget


  • Added: Compatibility for WordPress 5.7
  • Added: Compatibility for All in One SEO latest version


  • Added: Compatibility for WordPress 5.7
  • Added: Support for Rank Math SEO PRO Plugin.


  • Added: support for Rank Math SEO Plugin.


  • Added: Compatibility for WordPress 5.6
  • Added: PHP 8 compatibility
  • Added: Delete items not present in the XML, and CSV files while importing.


  • Added: Simple Mode Method.
  • Added: Support for WooCommerce Product Bundle Fields.


  • Added: Language Compatibility for French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Dutch, Turkish, English(Canadian), English(British), and English(South African).


  • Added: Compatibility for WordPress 5.5.1
  • Added: Support for Variation Swatcher for WooCommerce Plugin.


  • Added: Support for WC Product Bundle Meta Fields.


  • Added: Mandatory fields for posts, pages, custom posts, and categories.
  • Added: Recommended addon setup page.
  • Fixed: single row WordPress XML import.
  • Fixed: Page template import.


  • Added: Support for Multi-Language plugin(Posts, Pages, and Custom Posts).
  • Added: Post Expirator Support for Posts, Pages, and Custom Posts.


  • Added: Support for Widgets import(Posts, Pages, Comments, Categories, and Archives).
  • Added: Separate Media Handling …