since blogspot have some issue about API limit, Blogger to Ghost is not able to export over 150 posts, So I decide to do a Blogger -> wordpress -> ghost, all things were going smooth, (export to Wordpress/comments/images… etc) but when I run ‘export to Ghost’ at wp-admin, it will export a** 0 byte** js for me to download it. since I’m not a WordPress/Apache guy, I don’t know what is happening,
I’ve done all the googling I can but I can’t find any related threads talk about it.
so if someone know where is the problem it will be awesome. cause wordpress’s droplet is still ticking ;P
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Found solution, Seems like “Export to Ghost” plugin won’t work from time to time, It’s because XML: not well-formed * I think *, if you trying to locate the problem, as @xMudrii said, you will need to download wp2ghost.
once you setting wp2ghost up, you can see from error messages it shows and locate which line is causes the problem.
in my case is an URL have
&in it. (e.g. youtube link) simply replace it with
&and you are good to go.
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I would check permissions of Wordpress. Login to your droplet via SSH, go to Wordpress directory. Usually it is located at
/var/www/html. Execute `
We are using this command to list all files with its permissions, owner and group. Example output would be:
First check owner and group. If owner and/or group is
rootyou could have problem. This can be solved by changing owner to regular user e.g.
sammyand group to
This can be done by following command:
This will allow Apache applications (e.g. Wordpress and your script/plugin) to read data of Wordpress folders.
After that try executing your script again. If it’s not problem, we will try to find another root of problem, but this comes first to my mind.