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Import HTML pages as Joomla articles in seconds!

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Have you built a Joomla site - and now want to import content to it, but don't want to spend hours and hours on each page?

You can create Joomla articles almost instantly from any HTML file using HTML 2 Articles.

It's Fast

Each article takes an average of 20 seconds to process - including import of your images, W3C validation, conversion to UTF-8 encoding (if needed, for optimal integration) and more.

You can even queue hundreds of HTML files at a time for processing, and just leave it running. Each file is automatically processed and integrated with your Joomla install.


What is included?

  • Near instant import of HTML files to your Joomla! installation
  • Powerful HTML clean up & tag stripping options
  • Inbuilt W3C Validation engine
  • HTML tidying, repair and validation on the fly
  • Automatic import and integration of your images and documents
  • Support for all charsets and encoding types
  • Automatic conversion to UTF-8 encoding for optimal Joomla integration
  • Full documentation
  • Automated process logging
  • Queue 100s of HTML files at a time for processing
  • Automatically create your article title, alias, keywords and description
  • Select your full article parameters such as category, author, access level and so forth
  • Maintain your links with Update Links (BETA - Joomla 1.6+ only)
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kevin

Rating:
June 20, 2014 - 11:26

Hi,
I tried contacting you via the contact us page to no avail. Now I have spotted this comments page so will ask a similar question here.

I have a number of websites. These have a number of html pages. I want to import my page to 1 joomla site. I know your sotware can help me do that.

I want to build a large site to import the artciles into. The structure I require is
home > 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 > articlecategory > article
also home > 1 > articlecategory > article
and home home > 1 > 2 >articlecategory > article
etc etc.

Does your software allow me to import this "category" structure into joomla? Maybe from a csv file or even several csv files on for each level?

I hope to hear from you.

Reply to kevin

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
June 20, 2014 - 12:53

Hi there Kevin,

Thank you for your question, and I'm sorry I missed your earlier email.

HTML 2 Articles will be able to import your pages, but not the structure. I'm afraid I don't have a tool to quickly create categories the way you've described. You might find something on the Joomla Extensions Database.

All the best, Barnaby Dixon

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kevin

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June 21, 2014 - 11:24

OK thanks for your reply Barnaby. I will look further into it.

Colin

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April 04, 2014 - 21:06

Does the import also create intro text and intro image from the article?

Reply to Colin

Barnaby Dixon

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April 04, 2014 - 21:18

Hi Colin

No, not automatically - although you can define where to put the intro / main text split with a little editing of your HTML file pre-import. You just add at the point where you'd like the split in your page.

I hope that helps.

All the best

Steve Mullen

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March 16, 2014 - 18:51

I have a very old MS FrontPage site I want to convert to Joomla 2.5. Looking at the FrontPage URL, the web site has the all the navigation and its rather nasty HTML coding attached.
I have a local backup of the site on my hard drive. The HTML code here is much cleaner, with no navigation code and none of the MS template formatting in it.
Can I use HTML-2-ARTICLE to import this cleaner HTML code off the hard drive, which I am sure is going to be much easier to work with once it is in Joomla.
The basic template for the updated site is complete. I want to get this migration project started as soon as possible. Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.

Reply to Steve Mullen

Barnaby Dixon

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March 17, 2014 - 10:44

Hi Steve

Thank you for your great question. Your situation sounds perfect for HTML 2 Articles. Yes you can use HTML 2 Articles to import all your locally stored HTML code, which is the recommended usage anyway.

All uploaded documents will be parsed and saved as Joomla articles, and all metatags and document information will be saved correctly to the database.

I hope that helps. All the best - Barnaby Dixon

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Steve Mullen

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March 17, 2014 - 11:06

Barnaby;
Thanks for the quick response. Just what I needed to hear. This should turn into a huge time saver, allowing the old articles to take on the style of the new site with minimal editing. Look for my order shortly.

Steve M.

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Steve Mullen

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March 22, 2014 - 22:18

Barnaby;
I have the HTML-2-ARTICLE doing a pretty good job of reading sub-webs off my local backups and moving the HTML code. There were some specific tricks I had to pull beyond using H2A for the FP conversion I will be glad to pass along.
But I am still perplexed in trying to get the images moved. In the log I get an error:

Unable to access your old website URL at \\NRSERVER2\documents\biketech/ Error icon 2014-03-22 21:49:36
Aborting image and document import - your references will be updated so you can upload your images and documents manually

Interesting thing is I can click on the same file I want to convert by H2A in my browser, and the file will display w/images.
It did take me a while to figure out the configuration parameter for images in H2A (images/biketech/), so I am relatively sure I got that correct.

The only thing that I have noticed is in qualified name listed in the error msg is that the "\" and "/" used in the qualification for the file name do not appear compatible with the MS file system.

Hope you can give me some insight or ask me the right questions so I can get the proper information to you so moving the images is not a manual task.

Thanks.

Reply to Steve Mullen

Barnaby Dixon

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March 22, 2014 - 22:25

Hi Steve

Unfortunately this is the product of some very excellent security in your browser. The images I'm guessing are on your local or networked computer? Fortunately our browsers aren't able to directly access files on our computers without jumping through some pretty good security hoops, and in this case the browser can't read the images from your local store.

There are two options here. The first is to upload the images to a directory online so you can point the original image location to http://www.yourserver.com. The second option (which will probably be faster) is to set the Import Images option to 'Just update references'. Then use FTP to upload the images to your new Joomla images folder, and they should be picked up by the new articles as you upload them.

I hope that helps. All the best, Barnaby Dixon

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Steve Mullen

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March 22, 2014 - 22:37

Barnaby;
Thanks for the info. Since I have full admin rights on the server and know a few tricks with the Browser, I may try to beat it into submission just to see if I can do it.

But I suspect I will end up having to do it the way you described. I will just update the reference and FTP images into the directory.

I appreciate the help and should be able to move forward quickly again.

Steve M.

John Bestevaar

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February 22, 2014 - 13:34

Dear Barnaby
As a noob,my question might be silly but i should ask in view of not wasting time and money on the wrong approach.
http://earthtracker.net/EARTHTRA_webpages_html/EARTHTRACKER.NET%20gallery.html
The url above is static html pages but with no menu.Navigation is strict in the sense that a limited choice is availble at each level in the tree by clicking on the image of choice. This structure is crucial in the purpose of identifying an unknown plant by comparing a user sample plant to the images sequence.

http://www.earthtracker.net/ is my new Joomla3.2.2 empty site.
Can your HTML2Articles tool preserve the structure of Earthra_webpages_html,importing to the joomla site? The pages colors ,font etc layout is not so important.
Kind Regards John Bestevaar

Reply to John Bestevaar

Barnaby Dixon

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February 23, 2014 - 19:24

Hi there John

Thank you for your question. By using Joomla, you're actually forced to use the Joomla technology and navigational methods. I would suggest that you try to set up a simple article to try to achieve what you need as a test. HTML 2 Articles copies the content of your old site, but not the functionality - it will populate the Article Manager with your old HTML content.

Yes, it can preserve the structure of each page, but you will probably want to use the new Joomla menu manager, and modules functionality that is included with Joomla.

I hope that helps. All the best - Barnaby Dixon

John Morris

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January 17, 2014 - 18:20

Thank you Barnaby!!!!! That is excellent news! Well, not so excellent for your snow situation, sorry for pressing you really. But we are completely excited that this will work for us. Thanks.
And good luck with the snow!!

John Morris

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January 17, 2014 - 17:17

Barnaby, just to rattle your cage, I sent you a message asking questions about the products here. Can you please expedite your reply, we are really wanting to get our content over to our new site asap! Thanks for taking the time Barnaby! :)

Reply to John Morris

Barnaby Dixon

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January 17, 2014 - 17:21

Good afternoon John,

My apologies - I have been snowed under the past 24 hours! I have just reviewed your site. Although it has HTML markup, the content appears to be dynamic, so I would recommend that you use NetSukii, which will be fully capable of discovering all content, and then importing it to your Joomla system along with all images.

I hope that helps, and again my apologies for a slow reply.

All the best - Barnaby Dixon

John MOrris

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January 16, 2014 - 22:16

Dear sirs or mams
We are migrating some of our Ning site to Joomla, specifically the blogs and pages. It is a hosted community social site and our pages and blogs are html based. If you want you can see us at www.thepatriotwoodworker.com. It is full html, all the blogs, discussions topics, pages are html. Will this software import our blogs and pages meahwhile retaining the images. Here is a link to our blog http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/profiles/blog/list
and the typical image set looks like this

will your product strip out the //api.ning.com from the image and replace it with our own?

Thanks guys
john

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John MOrris

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January 16, 2014 - 22:17

Sorry, I tried to enter the html so you could see it but it did not show up.

niandou

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December 21, 2013 - 20:16

is HTML 2 articles included into netsukii?

Reply to niandou

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
December 22, 2013 - 11:22

Thanks for your question.

No, they are separate products. NetSukii is good for dynamic sites, while HTML 2 Articles is good for static HTML sites.

All the best, Barnaby Dixon

george

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December 07, 2013 - 12:57

I need to migrate my php website in joomla site because the one men fix for me the php website and never finish is possible to migrate the php website with the HTML 2 Articles?

Thank you for your answer,
George

Reply to george

Barnaby Dixon

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December 07, 2013 - 17:42

Hi there

Thanks for your email. If your website is dynamic (i.e. it uses PHP and takes pages from a database) then you'll probably need NetSukii, also available from this website. NetSukii can scan and import pages from any system.

All the best, Barnaby Dixon

Jared

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December 03, 2013 - 03:37

Hello, just want to ask if this site http://treac.com.au/, all of those articles and other stuff can be migrated to joomla with this component? Just inquiring, looking forward to buy this component.. Thanks!

Reply to Jared

Barnaby Dixon

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December 07, 2013 - 17:40

Hi there Jared

Thanks for your email. Yes absolutely - if you have the original HTML files you can just feed them into Joomla using HTML 2 Articles. If you don't have the original HTML files available you'll need NetSukii also available from this site.

All the best - Barnaby Dixon

Nick

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December 01, 2013 - 03:23

Hi there

If i create the pages in Microsoft word save as mhtml then when importing to Joomla 3.2 will it preserve all the word styling etc. thanks

Reply to Nick

Barnaby Dixon

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December 02, 2013 - 22:09

Hi there Nick,
Thank you for your question. The basic answer is yes, the styles can usually be maintained and saved into your new Joomla articles. But if you'd like to send over an example page I'd be happy to attempt an import to check that it works as expected with your pages.
All the best, Barnaby Dixon

pedro barrio

Rating:
November 27, 2013 - 10:05

And what about giving this option in the next version?

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Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
November 27, 2013 - 15:15

What about what option...?

javier

Rating:
November 11, 2013 - 08:20

Hello, i want to ask you if it is possible to set a different publish date date to each article, i mean ...i want to upload a serial articles but i want the first to publish on 25-11-13, the second on 26-11-13, the third 27-11-13 an so...is it possible?

Reply to javier

Barnaby Dixon

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November 11, 2013 - 08:23

Hi there Javier

Thank you for your question. Yes you can change the publish date in the wizard, and then import your articles, and then repeat. Very easy :-)

All the best - Barnaby Dixon

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javier

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November 27, 2013 - 08:05

Well...i know i can change it in the wizard but i want to know if the plugin can be set up to automatically set for example the date 25-11-13 to the first article imported, the 26-11-13 to the second article imported, the 27-11-13 to the third an so....i want the plugin can make it automatically for a great bulk of them...
thanks...

Reply to javier

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
November 27, 2013 - 08:41

Hi - no it won't be done automatically, you'll need to change the article creation date in the wizard each time you want it to change.

Albert

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October 28, 2013 - 07:01

Hello There!
I rather have now a question. When I copy and paste HTML codes of articles, graphs, charts and formulas/equations are lost. Usually equations in Word becomes images. If I create HTML articles with Nvu, which preserves everything, can I import these HTML articles to Joomla and preserve images and equations/formulas?
I would love to have this problem solved!
If it were so, I would purchase your software!
Regards,
Albert

Reply to Albert

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
October 28, 2013 - 22:43

Hi Albert,
Thank you for your great question. Anything in your HTML can and will be imported. So the key is to check how the data is presented in the source code. If it's heavily reliant on javascript it's not going to work with Joomla without heavy modification, but if it's simple HTML5 it should work. If you can send me a sample page for analysis I should be able to double check for you.
All the best
Barnaby Dixon

Marjan Nordholt

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October 14, 2013 - 13:44

Dear Barnaby,

My client has bought your product and it works like a charm.
Just one problem/question. The former html-files contain two different id's, one for the images and one for the content. Unfortunately these are not contained together in one id.
Is there a way to grap both id's when transforming the files to articles?

Thank you in advance for your reply.

Kind regards,

Marjan Nordholt

Reply to Marjan Nordholt

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
October 15, 2013 - 12:21

Hi there Marjan

Yes, actually you can enter multiple areas in the following format:

div||id||myid,div||id||myotherid,p||class||myclass

The format is: tag||attribute||value. You can therefore select as many areas as you like, just separate the entries with a comma ( , ).

I hope that helps. Please let me know if you need any more information, or if I can help further in any way.

All the best, Barnaby Dixon

Huw

Rating:
August 23, 2013 - 09:37

Hi,
I was just wondering how the software handles images. By that I mean with regard to the directory structure.

Are they separated into their respective article folders? Can the folders be given meaningful names?

Thanks.

Reply to Huw

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
August 23, 2013 - 09:54

Hi Huw,

Images are automatically added using their original names, and uploaded into the /images/ folder in your Joomla system.

They could potentially be uploaded into separate folders for each article, but then you could end up with a huge amount of image duplication.

All the best - Barnaby Dixon

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Huw

Rating:
August 23, 2013 - 10:25

Hi,
A number of different images already have the same name - but are in different folders.

e.g.
car1.jpg car2.jpg (in Ford)
car1.jpg car2.jpg (in Mazda)

What happens in this case?

Reply to Huw

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
September 02, 2013 - 11:17

In this case, since the images have identical names, they'll be overwritten. I would suggest revising the names prior to import. Alternatively you could use a secondary plugin or module to manage the image distribution. The basic idea would be to upload all images to an individual folder then use a plugin to retrieve the images.

Kristen

Rating:
August 05, 2013 - 14:49

Hello!

We have a web site that is a proprietary CMS and we want to transition to Joomla
http://www.labucketbrigade.org/

Would you product work for that?

Thanks!

Kristen

Reply to Kristen

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
August 09, 2013 - 17:22

Hi there Kristen,

Yes absolutely. NetSukii will spider your site, and import all the pages you want to keep, along with images and so forth.

All pages will be saved as native Joomla articles in the Article Manager. You can then use them as usual in your site.

All the best - Barnaby Dixon

Jan Jones

Rating:
June 27, 2013 - 10:42

Excellent product. Worked flawlessly with Joomla 3.1. Your mod to strip php tags for me worked like a charm. Thank you for such excellent support Barnaby.
Jan

kat50

Rating:
April 01, 2013 - 00:23

Hello,
If my articles have the same alias,it will be a problem?

Reply to kat50

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
April 04, 2013 - 19:56

Hi there Kat,
Thank you for your question. If your articles have the same alias, they'll be treated just as Joomla would treat them, so they'll have a number added. So if you have three pages called 'page.html' they'll become page, page-1, page-2 in the Article Manager alias.
All the best - Barnaby Dixon

vaso

Rating:
March 31, 2013 - 22:43

Hi i would like to migrate the articles in my joomla 1.5 site to my new one joomla 2.5 site.
I haven't umderstand if this extensions works in the administrator system of my joomla 1.5 site or if it is neccessery to have html files.

Reply to vaso

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
April 04, 2013 - 19:59

Hi there Vaso,
I recommend using NetSukii, which you can download at http://www.php-web-design.com/Joomla-Components/netsukii-the-ultimate-content-spider-for-joomla.html.
You can then remotely scan your old Joomla website, and import all pages very quickly and efficiently using the inbuilt spider and import tool.
All the best,
Barnaby Dixon

PARTHIBAN

Rating:
March 16, 2013 - 11:24

Hi.

I understand the product is meant for migrating from existing joomla site/website to another joomla site. But I am currently building my site in local host. Is there any product for uploading html files (articles) to local host in developing joomla 3.0 site?? This will save lot of time in copying and pasting the content.
Thanks

Reply to PARTHIBAN

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
March 16, 2013 - 14:49

Hi there,
Thank you for your question. HTML 2 Articles is perfect for importing HTML files, and it will work just fine on a localhost.
You just have to select HTML files for import (you can select many at once) and then each file will be imported and converted to an article in about 20 seconds, and where possible, will also import images, related documents and so forth to your Joomla 3.0 install.
All the best, Barnaby Dixon

Joseph

Rating:
February 28, 2013 - 06:52

Any plans for Joomla 3.0 NATIVE version?

Reply to Joseph

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
February 28, 2013 - 08:55

Hi there Joseph,
We updated HTML 2 Articles a few months ago, and Joomla 3.0 is now natively supported.
All the best,
Barnaby Dixon

yasko

Rating:
December 18, 2012 - 15:35

thank you very much

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anuchit parkobchat

Rating:
February 22, 2013 - 01:15

Thank you very much

Ken

Rating:
December 04, 2012 - 14:01

Hi. Bought the product this morning and tried to install via the Joomla 2.5
extension manager. After the zip file uploads, i get the following error
message "Warning: Failed to move file!". Would be most grateful for some
guidance!

Reply to Ken

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
December 04, 2012 - 14:06

Hi there,

Thanks for buying! The error you got is almost always to do with file permissions - the server isn't letting you install the component where it needs to go.

There are two things I'd suggest. Firstly just check that your /administrator/components/ folder has the correct permissions (should be 0755). Secondly, if it still doesn't work, check that the $tmp_path in your configuration.php file points to the correct tmp directory (and that the directory exists and has 0755 permissions).

If that doesn't work please set me up with temporary admin access and I'll see if I can work out the problem.

Thanks & all the best

Barnaby Dixon
PHP Web Design

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Ken

Rating:
December 04, 2012 - 14:07

Ok, fixed the problem. It was a permissions issue. Needed to set permissions for the tmp and various other folders to 777.

James

Rating:
November 10, 2012 - 20:41

Hi,
Is there any documentation on exactly how this works. I am curious if the html file to be imported requires work before importing. What I am wondering is can the extension pull content from specific divs with ids, name the article based on the H1 etc.. If I saved a web page from a live site as a static html page does the file require things like the navigation etc.. to be stripped out?

Cheers

Reply to James

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
November 12, 2012 - 12:34

Hi there James,

Yes - full documentation is included with the product.

Most HTML files won't need any work before importing. You can simply select the DIV container that holds the content you want to import, and all unwanted content will be stripped away. For example, if your page content is in a div called you'd just set 'content' as the DIV id you want to keep, and then you can add all new menus and so forth in the Joomla menu manager as usual, keeping just the content to be saved as Joomla articles.

The article is named based on the original page's title tag.

All the best

Barnaby Dixon

nad

Rating:
November 04, 2012 - 07:34

Hi, I already bought Html2Articles for versions 1.5 and 2.5 pretty awesome component. Long been waiting for this component, finally I found this.

I would like to know how to purchase the Html2Articles for version 3.x.

Thank you.

Reply to nad

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
November 04, 2012 - 18:47

Hi Nad,

Thank you for your feedback! The upgrade to HTML 2 Articles for Joomla 3.0 is free - I will email you the downloads link separately.

All the best, Barnaby Dixon

Pavel

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October 24, 2012 - 16:58

I am totally confused. I need to transfer data from my old Joomla site 1.5, which does not have a copy on the hard drive to a new site in Joomla 2.5. I followed the wizard but there is not reference to the old site only to my comp, what should I do?

Reply to Pavel

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
October 24, 2012 - 18:31

Hi Pavel,

HTML 2 Articles takes existing HTML pages and allows you to upload them into Joomla, where they are converted into Joomla articles.

If you do not have the HTML pages already stored on your computer, you will need to save them using an HTML content grabber.

Alternatively, you may find that NetSukii is a better option, since it automatically spiders and imports remote pages.

All the best,

Barnaby Dixon
PHP Web Design

Lunarts

Rating:
October 03, 2012 - 15:05

Hello,

Maybe (I have the impression) my question is partly answered. I have to transfer 1000+ Mambo (version 4x 2005) articles into Joomla 2.5 and I am seriously considering buying this product. Is it working for this Mambo nightmare? Thanks for your time and best regards.

Reply to Lunarts

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
October 15, 2012 - 12:43

Hi there Lunarts,
It's going to be tough to get a static HTML version of each page that you want to import in this case. I'd recommend you use NetSukii, which is a content spider.
All the best,
Barnaby Dixon
PHP Web Design

Jonas

Rating:
September 14, 2012 - 19:09

Thanks for this incredible product. i think it is realy gooc and it helps our company realy much. is it ok that i translate this to danish i will send the giles to you if it's ok with you

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Jonas

Rating:
September 14, 2012 - 19:12

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Thanks for this incredible product. i think it is realy good and it helps our company realy much. is it ok that i translate this to danish i will send the files to you if it's ok with you

Matteo

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September 01, 2012 - 21:44

Hello,
the software is really great. I have just one issue saving the settings. For some reason even if I save many times (for example I want to change the categories), it takes up to 20 minutes to the changes to take effect. I cleared site cache, browser cache, with no luck. Could you please help me to find a solution?
Thank you,
Matteo

Reply to Matteo

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
September 05, 2012 - 13:04

Hi there Matteo,

Thank you for your feedback. You need to actually disable your cache while you work with HTML 2 Articles - this is to ensure the settings save correctly, so you can see the new pages as they are created, and for the inbuilt security checks to function correctly. You can do this through Global Configuration > System > Cache settings.
All the best - Barnaby

rusty

Rating:
August 16, 2012 - 23:00

I want to export in 1.5 and then import into 2.5 site? Is that possible?
Thanks

Reply to rusty

Barnaby Dixon

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August 17, 2012 - 16:38

Hi Rusty,

Yes this is possible. You would need to save all your Joomla 1.5 pages - you can use an HTML content grabber for this - and then upload all the files in your Joomla 2.5 environment.

All the best - Barnaby

Bert

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July 23, 2012 - 20:23

Is Dutch language supported?

Reply to Bert

Barnaby Dixon

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July 31, 2012 - 12:40

We currently have English and German versions of the component. In terms of importing content,all languages,character sets and accents are supported and are converted to UTF-8 where necessary for optimal Joomla integration.
All the best
Barnaby Dixon

David Gibbs

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June 25, 2012 - 11:10

All my articles are on a CD with a master HTML file for each, and the images in a directory: so bendigo2000.html and a directory bendigo2000_files with the images in it. If I click on the .html file all opens in a browser and works. What URL do I use to upload the images - looks like it should be: file:///H:/bendigo2000_files but log says it can't find that. Have tried a few other obvious ones with no avail. Any ideas?
David

Reply to David Gibbs

Barnaby Dixon

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June 25, 2012 - 11:31

Hi David,
If the file:// lookup isn't woking, I would suggest that you use the option 'Just update references' and then upload the images manually via FTP.
All the best - Barnaby

Robert

Rating:
June 08, 2012 - 00:02

I have bought all your 4 products but i need documentation to help with installation. Thanks
Robert

Reply to Robert

Barnaby Dixon

Rating:
June 08, 2012 - 02:54

Hi there Robert,

Thank you for your purchases. Installation instructions are as below:

Download the product version that relates to the version of Joomla you are using.

If the downloaded zip file ends with UNZIP_FIRST.zip, please unzip the contents prior to upload.

In your Joomla administrator panel, go to Extensions>Install...

Locate the zip file packages, and install them all one by one.

If you need additional information, please email me and I can walk you through the full process.

All the best,

Barnaby

Carlos Lopes

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June 06, 2012 - 03:10

Hi,
I need to migrate a collection of articles from a mambo site to Joomla 2.5. My main concern is for articles with images, especially multiple images. Do you think your product would meet my needs?

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Barnaby Dixon

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June 08, 2012 - 02:56

Hi Carlos,

Yes absolutely; the component finds all your old images and imports them to your new Joomla installation.

All the best - Barnaby

Shawn OConnor

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May 31, 2012 - 19:42

I have no clue how to download this product now that the "Return to Merchant" paypal button just gave me a timed out page. Wish this site had a forum and a backend where you could access your download. Hope to hear for you soon bro, I am excited about using this product.

Thanks,
Shawn

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Barnaby Dixon

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May 31, 2012 - 23:17

Hi there - my apologies - unfortunately PayPal doesn't always correctly redirect you to the downloads page after purchase. I have emailed you with download instructions. All the best, Barnaby

Yngve Hansen

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May 23, 2012 - 14:01

will this product import a blogspot blog?

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Barnaby Dixon

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May 24, 2012 - 00:17

Hi there,

Sure - you'll need to just save the pages as HTML to your local computer, and upload them to Joomla using HTML 2 Articles.

All the best - Barnaby

ofek

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May 21, 2012 - 14:16

tnx

Donald

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April 17, 2012 - 13:23

Hi there,

I have a bilingual site managed through Macromedia Contribute which is in two languages. Both languages are on the same page in columns but I would like to create articles in the two languages - 1 column goes to article in language A and other column goes to article in language B. Is this possible? The site is at cnag.org.uk

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Barnaby Dixon

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April 17, 2012 - 23:20

Hi there,
I'm not sure exactly how you have your site set up - but in theory this should be possible with HTML 2 Articles. The component creates new articles from HTML pages, which can then be used in any way you like within your Joomla site.
All the best
Barnaby

babak

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April 13, 2012 - 06:24

Dear Barnaby,

I was wondering if technically it is possible to use your software to import contents from other websites to my website,
at first I should convert webpages to my local html folder, witha program such as offline explorer and then use your soft to convert them to joomla contents.
so 2 questions:
1-can this software be used online, or only work offline?
2-can I use a demo version before purchasing it to see if it support my purpose?

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Barnaby Dixon

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April 13, 2012 - 07:28

Hi there,
Yes what you suggest is techically possible. The component was designed to take existing HTML pages that were created as a static website and upload them, but HTML files from any source will import correctly.
To your other questions: 1) The software runs on your Joomla administration area. The HTML files need to be stored on your local computer to upload correctly.
2) There is not a demo version available but I do offer a full 100% satisfaction guarantee, so if the component doesn't work for you, or you decide it's not good for you I will send you a full refund - and I also offer full support for 6 months after purchase as needed.
All the best,
Barnaby

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mike meyrs

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July 29, 2012 - 00:11

hello babak,

did the software work for you generating new content articles?
Mike

Harish Balakrishnan

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April 11, 2012 - 05:07

Hi Barnaby,

Please know that we had made the payment and received the email of confirmation with download link. But the link does not work.
I do not believe that we got a login credential email as well. Please resend us the download link.

Please know that I have tried using contact me section to reach you for the same and never got any reply.

The payment was made by Parag.Desai@cognizant.com.
Thanks

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Barnaby Dixon

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April 11, 2012 - 05:27

Hi there,
Thank you for your email. I have responded two times via email - I will send you another email now, but if you don't receive it within 30 minutes please call me for assistance on +44 0207 617 7152.
Thank you and all the best,
Barnaby

Chris

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January 17, 2012 - 23:09

Hello,
Does this extension allow you to choose multiple import folders to category/sections - if not is it possible to request this functionality?

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Barnaby Dixon

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January 17, 2012 - 23:56

Hi there Chris,

Yes the extension allows you to select a specific category as the article destination when you upload HTML files; you can change the selected section & category as often as you like.

All the best - Barnaby

Tomo

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January 01, 2012 - 01:14

Will this work with K2?

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Barnaby Dixon

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January 05, 2012 - 04:50

Yes absolutely - firstly you need to import to Joomla, and then click the "Import Joomla Content" button in K2.

Kate

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December 14, 2011 - 23:54

hi, I've just installed this, I am straight away getting HTTP Error: 500, (it's a fresh install of Joomla, no other articles yet.
thanks
Kate

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Barnaby Dixon

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December 15, 2011 - 01:18

Hi there Kate,
Thank you for your download. The HTTP 500 error is related to a server setting - please ensure the permissions for the files in /administrator/components/com_html2articles/ are '644', and your /administrator/components/ directory is '755'.
Thanks and all the best,
Barnaby

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Kate

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December 15, 2011 - 04:38

Just had to come back and say how fantastic this product is, as soon as I got my server permissions sorted it worked like a dream. Thanks so much Barnaby you're a wiz.

tshultrim zangpo

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December 08, 2011 - 02:17

great extension i am going to use this one of these days......good work ....keep it up

hpssweb.de

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November 22, 2011 - 10:43

I used this product to transfer some 1000 pages from a HTML website, and it saved me many many hours. Barnaby was very supportive and came up with a new version that included all features from my wishlist. So my rating of this product and its creator is just one word: perfect.

Renato

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November 18, 2011 - 12:33

I have a website with about 3000 pages (using PHP to include the same header/foother on every page).

Is it possible to import the whole website into Joomla without changing the URLs?
Then the relative links should still work and all links from other pages don't have to change. This is very important for us.

What does the extension needs? Can I give the URL to the old domain and then it imports all pages? I don't want to upload 3000 files...

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